DA-Kiss - DirectAdmin specific firewall based on Kiss v2.0

ProWebUK

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Could you run the following and paste the output:

/sbin/iptables -L -n

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weird.... have you updated your kernel at all since you have had the VPS?

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I can't update it myself, but it was updated recently.

2.4.20-020stab009.5.777-enterprise #1 SMP Wed Dec 3 13:30:08 MSK 2003 i686

It's a special version for Virtuozzo
 

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I'm now thinking the problem may be that the kernel is compiled incorrectly, or alternatively not the same as a default RedHat compile with the modules.

You may also want to contact your provider since versions prior to 2.4.22 are vulnerable to the recent exploit allowing local attackers to gain root privileges.

Further information on that can be found at the following address:
https://rhn.redhat.com/network/errata/errata_details.pxt?eid=1888

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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.

any ideas
 

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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.

any ideas
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.
 

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from root (you dont need the path), simply run:

kiss start
kiss stop
kiss status

you need to have an argument also (start, stop, status)

The chmod of the file *should* be -rwx------

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Reading the messages again, are you logged in as root through su -?

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[root@subzero bin]# sh /usr/bin/kiss start
: command not found 9:
: command not found 22:
: command not found 30:
: command not found 44:
: command not found 45:
'usr/bin/kiss: line 311: syntax error near unexpected token `do
'usr/bin/kiss: line 311: `for blocked_ip in $BLOCK_LIST; do

OS RED HAT 9.0

iTS PROBABLY SOMETHING SIMPLE IM NEW TO DEDICATED SERVERS
 

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ensure you remove the file firstly, from root:

# rm -f /usr/bin/kiss

if you have not yet removed / reinstalled it try going directly into the folder then running it:

# cd /usr/bin
# /kiss start
 

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I just tried installing it as well im running on a redhat 9 on a ded server. Installed as root no problems installing when i tried to run it for the first time i got an error about file permission so i look and the permission were set wrong on the file so i fixed them to read -rwx------ got rid of that error now everytime i try to start i get
bad interpreter: no such file or directory
i have tried running it with # /usr/bin/kiss start but still same thing. Any ideas?

Justin
 

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... are you sure the file exists?

# pico -w /usr/bin/kiss

And check the contents is actually the firewall :p

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jmccoy

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Yes it is the filewall...... and it does exist.

I have tried removeing the file and redownloading it thinking maybe i got a bad download but still same thing

: Bad interpreter: No such file or directory
 

jmccoy

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Did you by any chance figure out anything? No rush i was just wondering. Also thanks for your help on this.

Justin
 
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