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Old 4th November 2011
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after long time I want use OpenBSD and do not use FreeBSD . so I download last OpenBSD tonight and I will start use it
can I use my first rule in this post in OpenBSD 5 or no ?
which part I must change ?


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Because mfaridi decided see whether a change to OpenBSD will solve the "hangs" of ruleset on FreeBSD, this thread actually is a continuation of the following topic in the FreeBSD section: http://www.daemonforums.org/showthre...6479#post41206
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