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Old 11th April 2012, 17:28
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run:

update-rc.d bastille-firewall defaults

to recreate the symlinks if you removed them.
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Thank you!
This solves my firewalling problems

Only one last question
Investigatin install/update scripts, I've found references to server.ini, but I cannot find that file in my server.

Might this be why ispconfig was not automagically installing bastille on updates?

It did in the past, I can see it in ispconfig_install.log, but it stopped doing it, probably when by mistake I ran update from panel instead of using update script.

If this file must exist, how could I regenerate it?
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Investigatin install/update scripts, I've found references to server.ini, but I cannot find that file in my server.
server.ini is in the ispconfig tar.gz in the install/tpl/ folder,it is not used during runtime so you find it not in your install.

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Might this be why ispconfig was not automagically installing bastille on updates?
No. The firewall is installed / enabled when you create a firewall record in ispconfig for that server and not when you install ispconfig. See firewall plugin and not installer.
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