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Date:      Mon, 19 Aug 1996 09:20:05 +0300 (IDT)
From:      Nadav Eiron <>
To:        Anil John <>
Subject:   RE: Make error in fwtk port from 2.1.5 - file missing?
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On Sun, 18 Aug 1996, Anil John wrote:

> Nadav Eiron[] wrote:
>  >
>  >
>  >On Sat, 17 Aug 1996, Anil John wrote:
>  >> I am using 2.1.5R from CD ROM (WC CD-ROM) and am trying to install the 
>  >> fwtk port.
>  >> 
>  >> When I type in make in the /usr/ports/security/fwtk directory, I
>  >> eventually get a message that: 
>  >> 
>  >> In file included from child.c:14:
>  >> ulib.h:20:  X11/Intrinsic.h: No such file or directory
>  >> *** Error code 1
>  >> 
>  >The problem is that you probably didn't install the X programming support 
>  >files (I think that's what it's called in the installation program). When 
> That was it...I had just done an installation for just my X server. Once
> I installed the support files, everything went fine... Now I just have to
> figure out how to set up the proxy services in fwtk :).  By the way, what
> program do you use to read the man pages that came with fwtk?  They all 
> appear to be in in *.ps format.
Not so. I don't know about the ports, but when I downloaded fwtk from they had a separate tarball with real man pages. However, the .ps 
documents are still more informative than just the man pages. If you have 
a postscript printer, just print them. If notm you can use ghostscript + 
ghostview to view them online (those are in the ports collection too).

> Also if you can point me towards any place that has some configuration info
> on the fwtk I would very much appreciate it.
Accept for the TIS stuff, I learned to configure firewalls mainly from 
the book "Firewalls and Internet Security - Repelling the Willy Hacker", 
by William R. Cheswick and Steven M. Bellovin, Addison-Wesley, ISBN 
0-201-63357-4. While being a bit outdated, it is very well written and 
explains the logic behind firewalls (it doesn't talk about the use of any 
specific tools, though they do mention the TIS fwtk as one way to build a 

> Anil

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