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UFW KControl Module

   0.4.3  

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Score 82%
UFW KControl Module
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  3890
Submitted:  Jan 23 2011
Updated:  May 23 2012

Description:

This is a KDE control center module to configure and control the Uncomplicated Firewall, as shipped with Kubuntu 10.10. The following features are supported:

1. Enable/disable firewall
2. Configure firewall default settings
3. Add, edit, and remove rules
4. Re-order rules via drag\'n\'drop
5. Import/export of rules
6. Setting of some IP tables modules

The module will appear under "Network and Connectivty" category.

**NOTE** 0.4.2 requires UFW 0.31 (as shipped with Kubuntu 12.04). For UFW 0.30 (as shipped with Kubuntu 11.10) please use 0.4.1




Changelog:

0.4.3
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1. Actually get this to work with Kubuntu 12.04!!!

0.4.2
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1. Add support for UFW 0.31 - thanks to ufw-frontends author Darwin Baustista for very kindly supplying a patch.

0.4.1
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1. Fix loading of profiles.

0.4.0
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1. Add a simple log file viewer.
2. Save profiles into /etc/kcm_ufw - this way they are system-wide.
3. Store rule descriptions in etc/kcm_ufw, as they are part of this kcm, not ufw itself.
4. Block further actions, until current one is complete.
5. Set size of policy combos in simple and advanced pages to the same size - to mimimize flicker. (Not sure why they have different sizes.)
6. Make text field of simple port the same size as the combo.
7. Change column order of rules list to "Action, From, To, ..."
8. Make 'Add Rule' dialog non-modal, so that 'Log Viewer' and 'Add Rule' can be used concurrently.
9. Shorten IPv6 address - if possible.
10. Fix selection of host radio when editing rules.
11. Fix installation of JPEG files for Spanish documentation.
12. Default to installing all translations.




LicenseGPL
Source(0.4.3 - For UFW 0.31 (Kubuntu 12.04))
Source(0.4.1 - For UFW 0.30 (Kubuntu 11.10))
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 Possible bug

 
 by kubicle on: May 11 2011
 
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First of all, thanks for the great module.

At least on my machine, kcm_ufw_helper/kdebug seems to create a file /.kde/share/config/kdebugrc
(that's .kde under the root directory), contents:
[kcm_ufw_helper]
InfoOutput=4

I'm guessing that should be added to /root/.kde/share/config/kdebugrc

Not sure if this is a universal bug, though.

Details of my setup:
Kubuntu Oneiric Ocelot (devel version)
UFW Kcontrol module 0.2.1 (built from source)


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 Re: Possible bug

 
 by CraigD on: May 12 2011
 
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Odd... I dont see this. The helper does not explicitly create any KDE related files, but it does use KDebug - perhaps this is causing the issue?

Can you try editing helper.cpp and replace:

#include <KDE/KDebug>

with:

#include <QtCore/QDebug>

and then replace all "kDebug()" with "qDebug()". Recompile, etc, and see if this fixes the issue? Thanks.


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 Re: Possible bug

 
 by CraigD on: May 12 2011
 
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OK, I spoke too soon! Re-read your comment, and yup its seems to create /.kde/share/... for me too. I think this is a bug in the KAuth code, but changing to use qDebug() works around this. I'll add this fix to the next release. Thanks for reporting. You should probably create a KDE bug report about this.


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 Re: Re: Possible bug

 
 by kubicle on: May 12 2011
 
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Thanks for the quick response.

KAuth seems a likely canditate as I seem to also have /.config/Trolltech.conf that lists kauth plugins and nothing else.

There could be something in KAuth that confuses / and /root. I'll take a look if I can make any sense of it (unlikely) and possibly file a bug at BKO (I hate to write vague bug reports like the one I wrote for you ;), I mainly wanted to confirm it wasn't a local issue)


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 Some packages are missing

 
 by TommyCZ on: Jul 19 2011
 
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Hi, I realized that some packages are missing, may be it would be good idea to create a list of them, so a user, with fresh installed Kubuntu, can download them.


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 Re: Some packages are missing

 
 by CraigD on: Aug 3 2011
 
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Uh?? What packages?


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 Not working..?

 
 by mck182 on: Sep 12 2011
 
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I have compiled & installed this kcm module, but I can't actually change the configuration. At the bottom it says "Querying firewall status..." and all the controls are disabled. Also console output shows no usable info. Both ufw and iptables are installed. Am I missing something else?


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 Re: Not working..?

 
 by CraigD on: Sep 21 2011
 
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Did you install this into the kde-prefix? What happens if you run:

/usr/lib/kde4/libexec/kcm_ufw_helper.py --status --defaults --list --modules


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 Re: Re: Not working..?

 
 by mck182 on: Sep 21 2011
 
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Yes,it was indeed path problems. I'm using Project Neon, which sets the paths to /opt, but dbus and possibly polkit files must be placed to /usr. That way it works, thanks :)


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 Can't load profile

 
 by mavron on: Oct 30 2011
 
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Hi.
I've compiled and installed it on a Kubuntu 11.10, and it looks like a pretty nice project.
Nevertheless, it seems that I can't load profiles.
I've created 4 of them, they're correctly stored in /etc/kcm_ufw and I can see them in the drop down box (KCM -> Firewall -> Profiles -> Load Profile).
Anyway, when I click on one of them, nothing happens.

I've also tried to play with the python helper, but it doesn't seem to have a loadprofile option, and the others (add, update, setDefaults) just don't do the job.

Any idea?
Thx,
mav

PS
Heres one of the profiles:
Quote:

-> cat /etc/kcm_ufw/03_SomeService_\(SSH\,FTP\,HTTP\,HTTPS\,8080\,8443\).ufw
<ufw full="true" >
<defaults ipv6="no" loglevel="low" incoming="deny" outgoing="allow"/>
<rules>
<rule direction="in" v6="False" action="allow" descr="IN - Torrent" logtype="" dport="6882" hash="cd5e57462c0c877534df7ad53ef1caa5"/>
<rule protocol="tcp" direction="in" v6="False" action="allow" descr="IN - Torrent" logtype="" dport="6881" hash="1c3401adc6f71ef56a3280dbf33ef635"/>
<rule protocol="udp" direction="in" v6="False" action="allow" descr="IN - Torrent" logtype="" dport="4444" hash="91939fc508416200a8c51019980b92e1"/>
<rule direction="in" v6="False" action="allow" logtype="" dport="21"/>
<rule direction="in" v6="False" action="allow" logtype="" dport="80"/>
<rule direction="in" v6="False" action="allow" logtype="" dport="443"/>
<rule protocol="tcp" direction="in" v6="False" action="allow" descr="IN - 8080" logtype="" dport="8080" hash="3ffe6c2e0230196441eb4e752e041923"/>
<rule protocol="tcp" direction="in" v6="False" action="allow" descr="IN - 8443" logtype="" dport="8443" hash="5e3791634d466b6be8e42e180c7c784e"/>
</rules>
<modules enabled="nf_conntrack_ftp nf_nat_ftp nf_conntrack_netbios_ns" />
</ufw>


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 Really nice Kde module

 
 by Rebelyouth on: Nov 3 2011
 
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Hi,
compliment for the Kde module is really good!


Are you think to include in the new version :

Listening port and Dbus notification ?

That two would be great!!!!

Thanks again for this great Kde module

PS I created a Debian Sid package on my site rebelyouth.wordpress.com feel free to download


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 Re: Really nice Kde module

 
 by Rebelyouth on: Nov 3 2011
 
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The only thing wrong is :

Load Profile doesn't work

I tried to change permission to the file and also to run System Setting from root but still nothing


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 Versions

 
 by YAFU on: Jan 25 2012
 
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Hello.
I think the versions on the download links are old. Maybe KDE-Apps has not updated the links.
Thank you :-)


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