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MASON-GUI-TEXT

MASON-GUI-TEXT

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NAME

mason-gui-text - front end to mason  

SYNOPSIS

mason-gui-text [--force]  

DESCRIPTION

mason-gui-text is a "textual GUI" front end to mason, the interactive firewall builder. When it is run, it allows you to control mason's behavior through simple keystroke commands. It can start and stop mason, allow you to edit the rules generated (and re-merge them into the currently running rule set), and change mason's settings. It also has a "console lock" setting for locking the console down if necessary.  

OPTIONS

Default behaviour of mason-gui-text ist to exit if another instance of it is already running.
--force
Try to stop other instances of mason-gui-text and continue running
 

SEE ALSO

mason(1)  

AUTHOR

This manual page was written by Jeff Licquia <jeff@luci.org> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others) and supplemented by Thomas Scheffczyk <scheffczyk@debian.org>.


 

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