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Re: [suse-security] Firewall and samba
> I have a fairly standard SuSEfirewall2 setup.
>However when I boot my machine I get the following when the firewall
>"Warning detected activated samba, enabling FW_SERVICE_SMB!
> You still have to allow port tcp 139 on internal dmz and/or external."
>However it is not clear to me how I do this!
Stop samba with
"etc/init.d/smb stop"or typing "rcsmb stop"
edit "rc.config" and set "start_smb" to "no"
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