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freshclam problems (resolved)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by fizz, Nov 5, 2004.

  1. fizz

    fizz Well-Known Member

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    When i attempt to update clamav i get a message saying its outdated, however i just downloaded .80 and thought it was fine.


    root@cp19 [/etc/cron.daily]# ./freshclam

    ClamAV update process started at Fri Nov 5 09:36:05 2004
    Reading CVD header (main.cvd): OK
    main.cvd is up to date (version: 27, sigs: 23982, f-level: 2, builder: tomek)
    Reading CVD header (daily.cvd): OK
    daily.cvd is up to date (version: 574, sigs: 2272, f-level: 3, builder: ccordes)
    WARNING: Your ClamAV installation is OUTDATED - please update immediately !
    WARNING: Current functionality level = 2, required = 3

    root@cp19 [/etc/cron.daily]# freshclam -V
    ClamAV 0.80/574/Thu Nov 4 19:12:58 2004
    root@cp19 [/etc/cron.daily]# clamd -V
    ClamAV 0.80/574/Thu Nov 4 19:12:58 2004
    root@cp19 [/etc/cron.daily]#



    Removed any instance of clamscan, clamd, and freshclam, and then redid the symlink to the new location, and now it appears to be working properly.
     
  2. equens

    equens Well-Known Member

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    I have the some problem here

    Ji fizz, I have the some problem here, how can I solve these errors? Thanks!
     
  3. spiff06

    spiff06 Well-Known Member

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    Same here. I thought I had the latest version, but clamscan -V returns 0.75.1 instead of 0.8. I have installed the Clam Updater as per this page, and thought it would update automatically. What do I need to do?

    UPDATE: found the answer after browsing through the looong thread above mentioned (specifically post #1024, #999 may also be helpful but performed the former successfully).
     
    #3 spiff06, Jan 9, 2005
    Last edited: Jan 9, 2005
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