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Default Pf.conf:29 syntax error

Greetings to All,

I'm running OpenBSD 5.2 GENERIC #339 i386

I'm trying to build my pf.conf. I have tried using the one posted here by Oko:

When I input the statement:
scrub in all random-id fragment reassemble 
scrub out all random-id fragment reassemble
I get syntax error. So, I removed the statements and run:
pfctl -f /etc/pf.conf
I get no errors. I decided to do a very simple statement as described in:

So I used the simple statement:
scrub in all
It produces error:
Pf.conf:29 syntax error
pfctl: Syntax error in config file: pf rules not loaded
I'm using nano to edit file and I'm not adding a carriage return.


What am I doing wrong?

Are all the rules not loaded because of this error?

Thank you and regards to all
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