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Package: nftables Version: 0.7-1 Architecture: armhf Maintainer: Arturo Borrero Gonzalez <email@example.com> Installed-Size: 407 Pre-Depends: dpkg (>= 126.96.36.199) Depends: init-system-helpers (>= 1.18~), libc6 (>= 2.15), libgmp10, libmnl0 (>= 1.0.3-4~), libnftnl4 (>= 1.0.5+snapshot20160416), libreadline7 (>= 6.0), libxtables12 Homepage: http://www.netfilter.org/ Priority: extra Section: net Filename: pool/main/n/nftables/nftables_0.7-1_armhf.deb Size: 132942 SHA256: 0028571f6bf28c4c21109a288b2d5753d58059d4a84c42d909262bd142c9f753 SHA1: ed21941b0beccfd7a81e24c598aa3e943a1d55b6 MD5sum: 5d80e4c13957f9f714a4c20f5424503e Description: Program to control packet filtering rules by Netfilter project These are the user-space administration tools for the Linux kernel's netfilter and nftables. netfilter and nftables provide a framework for stateful and stateless packet filtering, network and port address translation, and other IP packet manipulation. The framework is the successor to iptables. . Netfilter and nftables are used in applications such as Internet connection sharing, firewalls, IP accounting, transparent proxying, advanced routing and traffic control. . A Linux kernel >= 3.13 is required. However, >= 4.10 is recommended. Description-md5: 72e255fff23395a96c87983d45e02848
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pi@raspi8:~ $ apt-cache policy nftables nftables: Installed: (none) Candidate: 0.7-1 Version table: 0.7-1 0 10 http://mirrordirector.raspbian.org/raspbian/ stretch/main armhf Packages
Since it's a kernel module it has not been removed. Kernel configuration is independent from the kernels that come with original Debian.raspi-user.france wrote: ↑Sun Aug 27, 2017 10:14 amCorrect, but hoestly I'm not that eager to build my own kernel for raspbian. Since I read that nftables is part of Debian Stretch now (I couldn't double-check myself yet), my question was why it was removed from Raspbian and when it might be re-enabled. Does anyone know?
Raise an issue at https://github.com/RPi-Distro/repo/issues
Correct, we tend to leave oldstable packages behind.Massi wrote: i intend this is not gonna be updated on jessie, am i right?
We now have a dedicated section for PC/Mac Desktop, here viewforum.php?f=116ianken51 wrote: ↑Tue Dec 05, 2017 6:00 amLooking for life after Windows 7/8.1 I will only run one, possibly two, Windows 10 PCs simply to play games - until Linux catches up.
I have an old Samsung I bought in 2012 which I upgraded with a new 8500mAh battery and replaced the old 750 GB HDD with a new 250 GB SSD. The battery addition and lower power consumption of the SSD now give me approx 5-6 hours use off mains. Previously this was 1-2 hours max. Neither option is officially sanctioned by Samsung, but my Warranty is so far back in time it doesn't matter.
I´ve tried various Linux distros but wasn´t really happy. Last week I read of the new PC version of Stretch and installed it (ta ta Windows 7). Wow! My Samsung now looks and works just like my Pi-top with Pixel. And Iḿ now Windows Free.
Thank you so much. So far as I can tell it all works exactly as you described. By the way my Samsung has an AMD A8-3510MX processor and AMD Radion HD6620G GPU both of which preclude OS X.
I look forward to happy hours of testing and mucking about.
Cheers from Western Australia - the end of the end of the world (almost)!
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