Clamav problem



  • hi,
    please how i cat solve this :
    Dec 1 20:18:20 freshclam[29131]: Local version: 0.96.4 Recommended version: 0.96.5
    Dec 1 20:18:20 freshclam[29131]: Your ClamAV installation is OUTDATED
    thanks



  • @nassman:

    hi,
    please how i cat solve this :
    Dec 1 20:18:20 freshclam[29131]: Local version: 0.96.4 Recommended version: 0.96.5
    Dec 1 20:18:20 freshclam[29131]: Your ClamAV installation is OUTDATED
    thanks

    It's not a bug but a warning. It's not hinder the normal work of package.



  • thanks, but how i can update it,



  • @nassman:

    thanks, but how i can update it,

    Only manually. Search the source and use cmd 'pkg_add -r sourcepath'. But you must know you FreeBSD version ( 'uname -a' ), and use port for this version only.



  • FreeBSD server.nassman 8.1-RELEASE-p1 FreeBSD 8.1-RELEASE-p1 #1: Sat Nov 27 03:00:39 EST 2010

    I am new in pfsense and linux system, if you can give me stpes and note to update it
    thanks



  • First of all, freebsd is a unix, not limurx - sorry, linux ;-). One of the greatest advantages of all unixes is the fact of complete man-pages. Yes, man-pages are complete.

    Next, at the console of your pfsense (ssh your-pfsense-box, login with root, not admin and your password as used within WebIF)
    then a pkg_info shows the installed Freebsd-packages.
    pkg_delete pkg-name will delete that package, say pkg_delete clamav-0.9.64 will delete that package.
    then with pkg_add -r clamav-0.9.65 will install the new package.
    Normally pkg_add -r clamav will install the newest package.

    Please verify first the correct name of the package! If not, you will be frustrated.

    Last but not least if you google "freebsd pkg_add pkg_delete pkg_info manpage" or something similar, you will get the man-pages of the programs. And lots of infos about it.

    Its not so difficult as it sounds.

    But its possible that you get errors after updating the package stating missing libs. At this point it would be a good thing to know about symlinks and searching in log-files. There you get all infos if the respective package doesn't start.

    So i recommend you to stay with the package as its installed by pfsense, because you will have a working package, which is better than a non working newer version!

    Good luck!



  • thanks, i will try and tell u.
    thanks


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