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Thread: Trying to update the system, SUSEfirewall conflicts with firewalld

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    Default Trying to update the system, SUSEfirewall conflicts with firewalld

    I'm trying to update my system with the default sudo zypper dup, I get this conflict:

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    Problem: SuSEfirewall2-3.6.378-2.1.noarch conflicts with firewalld provided by firewalld-0.5.1-1.1.noarch
     Solution 1: Following actions will be done:
      deinstallation of firewalld-0.5.1-1.1.noarch
      deinstallation of firewalld-lang-0.5.1-1.1.noarch
      deinstallation of firewall-config-0.5.1-1.1.noarch
     Solution 2: deinstallation of SuSEfirewall2-3.6.378-1.1.noarch
     Solution 3: keep obsolete SuSEfirewall2-3.6.378-1.1.noarch
    
    
    What should I do?

    And talking about firewalls, is there a way to migrate configurations from SUSEfirewall to firewalld?

    Or, at least, access the old configuration of SUSEfirewall, either from some file or from a CLI, in order to manually read it and replicate the settings in the new Yast interface (that apparently can't control SUSEfirewall anymore)?

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    Default Re: Trying to update the system, SUSEfirewall conflicts with firewalld

    Thank you.

    Like I said, before having to completely remove SUSEfirewall, I'd like to be able to access its configuration somehow, to review the settings and replicate them in the new program. Any ideas?

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    Default Re: Trying to update the system, SUSEfirewall conflicts with firewalld

    your susefirewall2 config can be found in /etc/sysconfig/. its a shame one cannot access by gui to see a clearer overview of current setup. for the conflict i 'assume' it would be ok to choose 3 since this is an 'engineered' conflict (also a temporary bug). [i choose 2 since i now use firewalld]

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