ms, sanesecurity, clamd and freebsd
mikael at syska.dk
Mon Oct 8 21:23:03 IST 2007
Thanks for the reply.
René Berber wrote:
> Mikael Syska wrote:
>> I get the following:
>> sed: 1: "s/\/$//; s/^.*loading d ...": bad flag in substitute command: 'i'
>> And then I'm lost ... just wandered if some one here maybe could tell me
>> if the "sed" command is different on FreeBSD or maybe someone using it
>> on freebsd with no problems .... ?
> Yes sed is different, GNU's sed does accept the -i option, other older versions
> of sed (which I have in Solaris) don't.
> There are at least 2 options:
> - Install GNU sed;
> - Change the script from sed to perl. perl also has a -i option so the
> equivalent of what I see above would be:
> perl -pi -e "s/\/$//; s/^.*loading d ..."
The whole line would be this then:
clam_db_dir=`"$clamscan" --debug "$test_file" 2>&1 | \
sed -ne 's/\/$//; s/^.*loading databases from
\(.*\)$/\1/ip' | head -1`
If you could translate that, I would be very happy. Maybe other freebsd
users have the same problem.
I will then mail the author of the script, maybe he can check if its the
GNU version that is being used ... and then use perl to fetch it.
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