eja at URBAKKEN.DK
Sun Jan 11 20:24:08 GMT 2004
On Sun, 11 Jan 2004 15:45:46 +0000, Julian Field
<mailscanner at ECS.SOTON.AC.UK> wrote:
>What does this produce?
>cd /tmp (or somewhere with some viruses in it)
Julian !. I don't know where I have viruses. Or if I have some.
/tmp # /usr/lib/MailScanner/antivir-wrapper /usr/lib/AntiVir -allfiles -s
-noboot -rs -z
-bash: /usr/lib/MailScanner/antivir-wrapper: No such file or directory
>(Don't forget the "." at the end of the command!)
>That should print something useful about files with viruses in them.
>Exactly what output do you get?
>At 15:37 11/01/2004, you wrote:
>>Is nobody having any ideas what can cause the problem ?
>> > I have installed f-prot, clamav and antivir. I can see, that f-prot
>> > and clamav does viruchecks, but I cannot see, that antivir is doing
>> > it.
>> > According to the /etc/MailScanner/virus.scanners.conf file, my antivir
>> > autoupdate and wrapper file is placed correct in /usr/lib/MailScanner.
>> > Also the antivir is placed correct in /usr/lib/AntiVir.
>> > From the virus.scanners.conf file:
>> > antivir/usr/lib/MailScanner/antivir-
>> > wrapper/usr/lib/AntiVir
>> > I can see, that antivir does update according to the time being set.
>> > What can I do to get antivir to run, as It seems not to doing it ?.
>> > /Erik.
>>Med venlig hilsen - Best regards
>>Erik Jakobsen - eja at urbakken.dk
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