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Default Rogers HTC Magic rooted, but can't tether

So thanks to RA and Haykuro, I have my Magic rooted. But I'm still unable to tether. I get this message in the log of the app:

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Tearing down firewall rules...
iptables v1.3.7: can't initialize iptables
table 'filter': iptables who? (do you need 
to insmod?)
Perhaps iptables or your kernel needs to 
be upgraded.
failed
What can I do to make it work?
 
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from wot i gather, the iptables on the Rogers rom dont allow you to tether and therefore you have to load a custom ROM for it to work aka the ION5 rom for example. It already comes with a tethering app. I cant try it since im overseas on a paygo sim card with no data plan.

Someone correct me if im wrong please.
 
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My best guess is that the Rogers kernel isn't supporting netfilter/iptables , you'll have to replace the kernel with a "netfilter-enabled" kernel or compile one yourself.
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Ive had the same problem the only way i could teather was to use PdaNet.....

hers the link enjoy..... http://www.junefabrics.com/android/
 
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Ive had the same problem the only way i could teather was to use PdaNet.....

hers the link enjoy..... http://www.junefabrics.com/android/
I know of PDANet and I have no intention of using it.

Amon_RA, tell me more.
 
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Im as noob as you get with linux stuff, but is it extremely had to recompile the original rogers kernel with IPtables?

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Anyone made any progress on this?
 
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From what I have read, you with 1.5 cupcake, deep root access was blocked and to attain that level, got to apply this "su" to enable it. hey warn that it leaves phone security wide open. Google search. Will post
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http://android-dls.com/wiki/index.ph...ic_Root_Access

That's the link!
 
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From what I have read, you with 1.5 cupcake, deep root access was blocked and to attain that level, got to apply this "su" to enable it. hey warn that it leaves phone security wide open. Google search. Will post
link I found shortly.
It's not a matter of root access. As Amon_RA said you'll have to replace your kernel in the boot.img or recompile one yourself.
To answer the next question "how does it work"...... google is your friend: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...&meta=&aq=f&oq

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