Here is an old thread from December 21. A solution was reached there, and it was working for these months. But the problem has returned. That old thread is:
Now again I am having a similar problem, but the solution from the thread does not apply. I have EOS installed on three computers that I maintain – one, a desktop where I work, two, a laptop that I take with me to my college, and three, a desktop that my daughter uses. After the grub-debacle I had to reinstall EOS on all three of them. Maybe that is from where the problem returned.
In all these three machines, I have installed ‘ufw’ and activated it. I have followed both the EOS and the arch-linux ufw-howto minutely in doing this. Still let me reiterate the steps here.
sudo systemctl disable iptables
sudo systemctl enable and sudo systemctl start --now ufw.
Create the rules under sudo – very simple ones, default deny incoming, default allow outgoing, allow from 192.168.0.0/24, allow Transmission and limit ssh after enabling ssh in all these three machines with IPs 192.168.0.x
5.sudo Enable ufw, and at last
sudo ufw status
Every time they are working fine. But it is getting disabled in every reboot. I have to issue ‘sudo enable ufw’ and then it works. My desktop reboots only with a kernel update, but my laptop and my daughter’s machine reboot a lot. What is the error on my part?