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Wed Jun 7 20:34:33 IST 2006
Kevin Miller wrote:
> Julian Field wrote:
>> Thanks for that. I have just updated the ClamAV + SpamAssassin package
>> to contain the new 3.1.3 release of SpamAssassin.
> Quick question: if one has installed ClamAV & SpamAssassin previously
> by hand, is there any reason not to run your package on top of those
> installs to bring things up to date? (Assuming stock installs - no
> funny paths, etc.)
My package will install ClamAV under /usr/local, which is where it
installs by default from source. So if that is where your ClamAV is
installed, just go ahead and install it over the top. If it isn't where
it is installed, either delete the RPM (if that's how you installed it)
or delete the clamscan, freshclam, clamd files (/usr/bin?) and the
libclam files which may be in /usr/lib. Then install my package.
> And conversely, if we install your package, is there any potential
> damage by running a future release of either SA or ClamAV by hand on top
> of it?
Worth trying to delete as much as possible of one installation before
trying another, if they are installing into different places.
The ClamAV installation in my package is pretty much the same as a
manual installation. The SpamAssassin installation in my package is
pretty much the same as a CPAN installation..
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