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	IV.  Configuration
	V.   Command Line Arguments


I. NOTES
	*NOTE* This document may very will be inaccurate, if at all possible
	you should refer to
		http://wiki.duskglow.com/index.php/Packetbl
	for authoritative information.



II. PREREQUISITES
	1. libconfig (required)

	2. iptables (required)
		Iptables' library "ipq" (IP Queuing library) is required, it
		provides the necessary hooks to allow PacketBL to accept
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	   There are a few options that can be passed to the `configure' script
	   that will affect the way PacketBL is built (in addition to the
	   standard autoconf `configure' script options):
		a. --with-cache
			This option will enable the experimental caching
			mechanism.  This may introduce unexpected problems.
			If you encounter any problems you should post a bug
			report to the PacketBL mailing list (for details, see
			http://lists.duskglow.com/packetbl).
		b. --with-firedns
			This option will cause PacketBL to use FireDNS's name
			resolution routines when testing IPs against DNS RBLs.
			Read above for more information on FireDNS.
		c. --with-stats
			This option will enable the experimental statistic
			gathering code, which will require an extra thread to







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	IV.  Configuration
	V.   Command Line Arguments


I. NOTES
	*NOTE* This document may very will be inaccurate, if at all possible
	you should refer to
		http://www.rjmsoftware.org
	for authoritative information.  Also feel free to use the bugzilla to
		report bugs/ask for features.  I have turned off the mailing
		list due to spam.

II. PREREQUISITES
	1. libconfig (required)

	2. iptables (required)
		Iptables' library "ipq" (IP Queuing library) is required, it
		provides the necessary hooks to allow PacketBL to accept
................................................................................
	   There are a few options that can be passed to the `configure' script
	   that will affect the way PacketBL is built (in addition to the
	   standard autoconf `configure' script options):
		a. --with-cache
			This option will enable the experimental caching
			mechanism.  This may introduce unexpected problems.
			If you encounter any problems you should post a bug
			report to the PacketBL bugzilla (for details, see
			bugzilla.rjmsoftware.org)
		b. --with-firedns
			This option will cause PacketBL to use FireDNS's name
			resolution routines when testing IPs against DNS RBLs.
			Read above for more information on FireDNS.
		c. --with-stats
			This option will enable the experimental statistic
			gathering code, which will require an extra thread to