I got tired of moblock using so much cpu, so I downloaded the latest version and built it. I made some changes to the Makefile, but not much else. I've searched around the forums and a few overlays, but I can't find an ebuild. The idea behind Peer Guardian was to block known bad or insecure IP connections automatically on computer systems.

Thanks_________________When harmonious relationships dissolve Then respect and devotion arise; When a nation falls to chaos Then loyalty and patriotism are born. -Lao Tsemsalerno is right, pgl is the new and current version. I'd be happy to improve Gentoo support, please contact me in this thread, at or at [email protected]

It's a further developed combination of nfblock (based on moblock), blockcontrol and mobloquer. Wherever possible I'll add changes directly to the code (master branch of the git development repository at sourceforge), otherwise to a separate pgl_gentoo branch.

Serious developers will get direct commit access there.

If there are any tested ebuilds I'll publish them._________________Co-author of I would love to see an ebuild for this! ------- After playing all evening with kernel options I got this running with no more errors however upon a reboot, if its started before I login, it blocks irc from connecting at all.

Peer Block is a new version (aka a "fork") of the popular Peer Guardian 2 software.

It blocks "known bad" computers from accessing yours, for example governments, corporate entities, and those flagged for anti-p2p activities. You can also attach log/conf files, images of screenshots, or zip files to better describe your problem.

Peer Block maintains the functionality of the original Peer Guardian 2 program, but includes fixes for various issues that remain unaddressed in the latest (~3 year old) version of PG2. Make sure to read the "Known Issues" sticky to see if your problem's already known (and maybe resolved), and also for what we need from you if we're going to be able to help! You can also post and report any problems you're having with the forum software itself or if you have any ideas on how to improve it, or just generally post any discussions you have not specifically related to Peer Block Support.

Please note this does not mean you are allowed to spam the forums.

I managed to compile it from source however, which wasn't all that difficult actually.. Also can't ping out, any kind of traffic seems to be blocked. checking if i686-pc-linux-gnu-gcc supports -fno-rtti -fno-exceptions... no checking for i686-pc-linux-gnu-gcc option to produce PIC... (cached) yes checking for stdbool.h that conforms to C99...