In relation to HiSurfing firewall, this:
E/HiSurfing_FireWall( 708): iptables: No chain/target/match by that name.
Since you have Droidwall removed try this, plug in cable and from your windows cmd shell or linux terminal:
That will clear all iptables rules, then try running hisurf firewall again, you may need to reset it and reinitialise it again. If that does not work, then you need to notify the developer to inform the situation, where you tried to run hisurf on a rom that came with droidwall and the two clashed and hisurf is not working.
Yeah it has been a while - but I did promise a progress report.
>> iptables -F did not fix the problem :-(
However, with both Driodwall and HiSurfing both un-installed.. ran iptables -X
Downloaded HiSurfing and "bingo" all is right with the world - HiSurfing is fully functional again!
It's been fun working at command level again - it's been a while since my DOS batch file days :-D
Now, do you mind if I make a minor observation... adding a "Filer" to the AOSP was a no-brainer but Driodwall while it is a very sensible app to include (there are alternatives), Fdroid will be useful to some and AWD Launcher is available from Google play. I suggest that adding these does detract from the AOSP principal.
Would it not be better for users to recommend favourite Apps which work well with this most excellent ROM?
Me now runs and hides :-D
Many thanks T0mm13b for your help, understanding and patience.