thom at DARKSABER.COM
Mon Jun 3 16:01:43 IST 2002
I wouldn't mind the mcafeewrapper having the dats in the same dir that
mcafee is located in. The default location mcafee installs is
/usr/local/uvscan. I have an update scripts that runs automatically to
pull the dats and install them.
Take a consensus though.
I'm all for
On Sat, 2002-06-01 at 15:29, Julian Field wrote:
> Is there a consensus that the mcafee wrapper and autoupdate scripts should
> be changed to use new locations?
> If so, what would you all like?
> I can always put some checking code in the RPM so that it spits a big
> warning if the old directory still exists, so you get told to move your
> copy of McAfee to the new location.
> Any suggestions welcome!
> At 20:47 31/05/2002, you wrote:
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> >El Vie 31 May 2002 12:54, escribiste:
> > > I have not bought a new version of mcafee in a while but the one I
> > > use installs by default into a directory named uvscan and puts the
> > > dat files in the same folder. This has caused me problems several
> > > times with the rpm install of mailscanner, and I always have to
> > > remember to go fix the mcafeewrapper.
> > >
> > > I've thought about creating a source rpm for mailscanner that
> > > builds a more "truely" binary set of rpm's (as apposed to the
> > > script based rpm taht builds the perl modules and etc on install
> > > now) that just drop the files in the correct location and then
> > > tries to dynamically generate a more proper config however, I'm not
> > > sure if this would be of any use to anyone. Or if this would be to
> > > specialized for one platform(and rejected on that basis)
> > >
> > > --robert
> >I have the same problem. I would appreciate a copy of the modified
> >mcafeewrapper script, if at all possible.
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> >Alfredo J. Cole
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