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-Once you install the package, you can start using fail2ban by:
-1. mv /etc/rc.d/ /etc/rc.d/rc.fail2ban
-2. chmod +x /etc/rc.d/rc.fail2ban
-3. /etc/rc.d/rc.fail2ban start
-Additionally, you can add the following to rc.local for automatic startup
-if [ -x /etc/rc.d/rc.fail2ban ]; then
- /etc/rc.d/rc.fail2ban start
-and add the following to rc.local_shutdown for to stop at shutdown
-if [ -x /etc/rc.d/rc.fail2ban ]; then
- /etc/rc.d/rc.fail2ban stop
-The package contains logrotate script copied from fail2ban manual,
-and modified to reflect Slackware packaging. You can find
-the original script at:
-Please make sure you have all your modifications to the default .conf files
-in .local files. Upgrade **WILL OVERWRITE** files in place.
-Making modifications to .local files is the recommended practice as per the
-software manual. Each .conf file can be overridden by equivalent .local file.
-Please refer Configuration section in fail2ban manual.
-- Simplified rc script removing unnecessary startup options which have now
- become standard.
-- minor fix in slackbuild.
-- now makes /var/run/fail2ban to house pid and socket files.
-08/03/2008 upgraded to fail2ban version 0.8.3, added restart option to rc script