You can use these comands to stop the firewall.
Execute these as a super user.
$ iptables -F
$ ufw status/start/stop // (use any one option)
There are two commands used to disable firewall for a linux system:
1. service is a command to run a System V init script. it is use to save/stop/start firewall service.
2. chkconfig is a command to use disable firewall service a boot time.
I suddenly pressed CTRL+Q as I am using Ubuntu Mint, but I want to get rigged of this situation.
Is there any undo shortcut for it or any possible answers.
So many times, we make foreground process to background process in linux system. How does it handle internally ?
How a background process is treated by operating system ?