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I also do not have /etc/init.d/ufw and ufw was not auto starting on reboot. But I did this sudo apt-get install iptables-persistent On rebooting I checked with sudo ufw status It showed active, It always used to show inactive in previous reboots and I used to have to do sudo ufw enable I have not installed gufw, I am beginner desktop user, so I ...


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I never quite figured out what the deal was with this. I re-installed the OS and setup my ufw rules like I did before. I've been monitoring the before and after rules and the issue has not replicated.


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try these one by one sudo apt-get remove iptables sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install iptables it should work now.


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Credit to kraxor's comment on the original question: You should try reinstalling iptables by executing the following command: sudo apt-get --reinstall install iptables


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I'm running Ubuntu 14.04 as well. In my /etc/rsyslog.d/ there's a file 20-ufw.conf which has the following line: :msg,contains,"[UFW " /var/log/ufw.log What I've done is delete that file, and at the top of 50-default.conf I added the following: :msg,contains,"[UFW " /var/log/ufw.log & stop Restart rsyslog with sudo service rsyslog restart and ...



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