Installing ClamAV & SpamAssassin by hand

Martin Hepworth martinh at
Mon Jun 5 16:46:29 IST 2006


Talks about ClamAV, but not much about spamassassin (apart from the perl
modules). For Spamassassin I always use CPAN which installs all the
prerequites as well..

Martin Hepworth 
Snr Systems Administrator
Solid State Logic
Tel: +44 (0)1865 842300

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> Folks,
> On 5 Jun 2006, at 12:33, DAve wrote:
> > Julian Field wrote:
> >> Is my ClamAV+SA package useless on FreeBSD?
> >> I guess I could just document all the tweaks it does on the wiki.
> >> Is that actually the best solution?
> I have just written out the process on the Wiki. The page is at
> It shows all the gory details, including all the steps you would have
> to take if you insist (or for a good reason) on doing it by hand
> rather than using my package.
> There's quite a lot of it, and it took a few revisions to get right :-)
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