#debian - Fri 18 May 2007 between 05:55 and 06:03

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Shaddaok, I'm not the best at networking in linux...or networking in general, so I'm not sure if what I want to do is possible. I've got the domain synful.us...I want port 80 to go to ip1, port 10000 to go to ip2. ip2 is not on the same network as ip1 (one is local, one is remote).
Is that possible with iptables?
fooAny way I can install another kernel on debian etch other than the 2.6.18.4 and it still be a debian kernel?
peterSfoo: you can install a sid 2.6.20 kernel image, I'm guessing that will work fine on etch. (you can download from http://packages.debian.org/linux-image-2.6.20-1-686 or similar)
foopeterS: Great, thank you.
peterS: I'll give that a shot.
actionpeterS is using linux-image-2.6.20-1-k7 version 2.6.20-2, but 2.6.20-3 has an important bug fix (which I didn't want) - disabling the libata pata drivers
peterSis using linux-image-2.6.20-1-k7 version 2.6.20-2, but 2.6.20-3 has an important bug fix (which I didn't want) - disabling the libata pata drivers
wolsShadda: yes it is via port forwarding
Shadda: however, the box hosting the domain synful.us will have to have all traffic
Shaddawols: happen to have a link on that? I've been going over iptables docs but they're pretty broad :)
wolslartc.org
foopeterS: ah, I see. hm, for a core2duo box, I'd want 686 kernel, right?
Shaddawols: That's fine...one is public, the other is development
wolsand iptables docs always are
appelzaHi guys, could anyone recommend an industrial cd writer thatl work with linux?
peterSfoo: hmmm is that a 64-bit CPU? I can never remember. if so, linux-image-2.6.20-1-amd64 - if not, linux-image-2.6.20-686
wolsfoo: yes if you use i386
foopeterS: hmm, I don't think so.
wols: core2duo, 1.86ghz... hmm. /me scratches head
wolsfoo: it is a 64bit cpu
peterSfoo: I mean -1-686 not -686
wolsbut it can run both platforms: i386 and x86-64
pizteki don't even know what i use anymore
so many poweroffs!
i think grub was trying to boot my backup drive
foopeterS: Yup, I grabbed this: linux-image-2.6.20-1-686_2.6.20-3_i386.deb
peterSfoo: if wols is right, you probably do want the -amd64 kernel. doesn't mean you have to run it in 64-bit mode, but if the kernel runs in 64-bit mode your system may be slightly more efficient, especially if you have more than 1 GB of RAM
foowols: ah, ok. Hm, core2duo is from Intel, not AMD, though... so 686 I'm assuming, no?
piztekfoo for an intel?
foopeterS: ah, I see
peterSfoo: Intel is in the AMD64 clone business nowadays (: yes, the name is confusing
foopeterS: ah
roland_peterS: ok i didnt find any directive in named.conf that specifically says anything about allowing queries from anywhere
wolspeterS: imho as long as you have at least a i868 kernel, the differences are negligible no matter what cpu you have
fooAre the 64bit kernels as stable as a 686 Hm
peterS(AMD invented the 64-bit extensions, so they got to name the platform)
foopeterS: ah, I see
cydorkfoo: amd64 name is misleading, but it works on intel core 2 duo.
foocydork: ah, ok.
peterSfoo: one problem with 64-bit kernels is, I think a 32-bit iptables won't work. so if you plan to do any firewalling / port forwarding on that box, that may be a consideration

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