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It is true that the firewall is disabled by default, but it is still present as another option to choose when installing. That's why the problem can be presented to anyone who doesn't read, download the ISO, and try to install it. That's why I indicate the error, so that the firewall is not chosen when installing. The rest works very well!
Here I leave a video showing that the firewall is still an option:
ATTENTION: Do not select the firewall when installing Reborn OS with this ISO.
Thanks for the warning about UFW Rafael. Keegan is having a hard time fixing this problem with UFW. So for the moment the work-around you described in a previous post is the best option. Basically to leave the UFW option de-selected during installation. Then install and configure UFW AFTER Reborn is installed.
Old age and treachery beats youth and skill every time.
To install Uncomplicated Firewal (once inside KDE) from the terminal:
sudo pacman -S ufw gufw
To enable and start ufw at bootup:
sudo systemctl enable --now ufw.service
Examples of activation of some services:
sudo ufw allow Deluge
sudo ufw allow Qbittorrent
sudo ufw allow Transmission
System Tray Bugs:
Go to: "Configure System Tray..." -> "Entries", and, sometimes, no entry is displayed here. The system tray problems are something that has been dragged from previous versions. Also happens that, when you click on networks, they are not displayed. The same happens with the volume icon, which when you click on it, shows "Status & Notifications" (shows the same as with Networks). This can be seen in the following video (It doesn't just happen in Arch Linux, it's present in all distributions):