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Virus Detected; File not Uploaded! (Can't parse configuration file.)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by tisha, Oct 13, 2004.

  1. tisha

    tisha Member

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    Hi,

    I just got the error mentioned in the subject line while trying to use the File manager to upload a small .jpeg file. It is happenning for every file that I have tried out using the file manager. The following error appears:

    Virus Detected; File not Uploaded! (Can't parse configuration file.)

    Please check out the following link to see the screenshot of the error:

    http://yusuffandfebin.com/screenshot.jpg

    Please advise. FTP clients does not give back any errors, and work smoothly.

    Regards,
    :confused:
     
  2. haze

    haze Well-Known Member

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  3. sreevishnu

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    "That didn't work!!!:(

    We are still getting the error "Virus Detected; File not Uploaded! (Can't parse configuration file) " when we try to upload a file from the file manager .

    The clamd is not installed in the server . Therefore the file clamav.conf does not exist .
    We changed the cpanel version to stable and upgraded the cpanel . Still we get the error while we upload the files .

    We also changed the cpanel version to current and upgraded the cpanel . We are still getting the error .

    Does anybody have a solution for the issue? :(
     
  4. lowspeed

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    We're having the same problem.

    Whats the solution ?


    And i dont have the clamav.cnf in the etc directory....
     
    #4 lowspeed, Oct 21, 2004
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