Bsd updating clamav
so you'll have to exclude it from one repo at least ....[quote] Your issues in this thread all revolve around your apparent lack of knowledge and skill, so it seems that your needs would be better served (please excuse the pun) by fedora.It never fails to amaze me that people like yourself go to such lengths to express their ignorance in this forum.[/quote] Your people's arrogance never stops to amaze me.You know, I really don't give a flying fsck about your silly OS-wars. Nobody at Cent OS repository dev/supply seems to care.Today I got this one yet again using yum: -- Finished Dependency Resolution Error: Missing Dependency: clamav-db = 0.90.1-4.el4is needed by package clamav et voila: No updating of clamav possible. [code]# yum --enablerepo=rpmforge install clamav Dependencies Resolved ============================================================================= Package Arch Version Repository Size ============================================================================= Installing: clamav x86_64 0.90.1-4.el4rpmforge 1.0 M Installing for dependencies: clamav-db x86_64 0.90.1-4.el4rpmforge 8.7 M Transaction Summary ============================================================================= Install 2 Package(s) Update 0 Package(s) Remove 0 Package(s) Total download size: 9.7 M Is this ok [y/N]: y Installed: clamav.x86_64 0:0.90.1-4.el4Dependency Installed: clamav-db.x86_64 0:0.90.1-4.el4Complete!Like I wrote before: It's clearly not my problem, as I didn't start this thread, and never had this using other linux OS-es. If you would care or be able to read, you'd have known WHY people start using other repositories for clamav. So, it is in fact the other way around: The only argument you have against valid critics is trying to lose them because they like to be secure. By the way, I noticed how FC also boots in one third the time Cent OS takes (and yes, I know why, I've actually coded for FC).The dependency issues arise while doing nothing out of the ordinary, following the wiki about repositories.Please, package management for Cent OS, make a note of this.I found out some strange behaviors regarding this; You need to remove *all* files matching this: /etc/freshclam* /etc/clam* and then do a: # yum remove clam* -y enable rpmforge repository and do # yum install clamd -y By yumming on clam* or clamav something will get confused, it really needs to be [b]clamd[/b] and nothing else.
Please, package management for Cent OS, make a note of this.[/quote] You must be confusing Debian/testing/unstable with Debian/stable.
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