try doing an ls -l /usr/bin/kiss to verify that it does have execute permissions. If you did the chmod 777 then it should read -rwxrwxrwx , if it does, then that part is fine. The next thing to look at is the interpreter, which by default is /bin/bash make sure that exists and has execute permissions. The last thing to insure, is that you are executing this as root, I don't believe you can run the iptables command as a user, you need to be root to modify the firewall tables.mega-hos said:Hallo
Ive just followed the processes to install kiss 2.0. but when trying to start the firewall i receive this error
-bash: /usr/bin/kiss: Permission denied
ive tryed chmod to 777 but nothing.