Spamassassin and ClamAV - Where From?

Hugo van der Kooij hvdkooij at
Tue Mar 27 22:44:00 CEST 2007

On Tue, 27 Mar 2007, Alex Neuman van der Hans wrote:

> Hugo van der Kooij wrote:
>>  On Tue, 27 Mar 2007, Steve Freegard wrote:
>>  So using an up-to-date repository is propably even better as it will keep
>>  ClamAV up-to-date where this install method does not. (It is just
>>  up-to-date at the point you install the other bits.
>>  I run Centos 4.4 and use selective repositories and did not install
>>  anything from the installer. I rebuild mailscanner and took the remainder
>>  of the packages from the repositories.
> That's almost always true, but clamav-0.90 did have *some* problems breaking 
> stuff - and people using nightly yum updates and such had to deal with that. 
> True, it's only happened once that I know of, but it's important to know the 
> pros and cons.

To get that fact straigh it should be noted that the commandline version 
of clamav never wavered.

And much as I use yum to keep thing up-to-date. I do not run it 
automagically not do I intend to do so anywhere.


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