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Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Artur, Jan 13, 2005.

  1. Artur

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    I'm not a big fan of paying licensing fees for Dr. Web. Anyone have a good suggestion for alternative?
     
  2. NightStorm

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  3. atomicturtle

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    plus turtles! (Natures "D" student!)
     
  4. Artur

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    ART, I can't make heads or tails of working with your stuff... maybe I'm "special" but when I run any of the yum installs it comes back as:

    Gathering header information file(s) from server(s)
    Server: Atomic Rocket Turtle - 3.3 - Atomic PSA
    retrygrab() failed for:
    http://shinn.net/pub/Linux/atomic/psa/3.3/headers/header.info
    Executing failover method
    failover: out of servers to try
    Error getting file http://shinn.net/pub/Linux/atomic/psa/3.3/headers/header.info
    [Errno 4] IOError: HTTP Error 404: Not Found


    I'm on CentOS 3.3 with a modified /etc/redhat-version. HELF!
     
  5. NightStorm

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    You're on Plesk 7.5.X right?
    Put this in your /etc/yum.conf file, exactly as pasted:

    Then:

    yum install clamav

    Let it install and configure...
    /sbin/service clamd status <-- make sure it is running, and started up fine..
    then:

    yum install qmail-scanner

    It'll take a while, because it's got to scan your system to see what options are available, and what scanners you have. When it's done, send a test message to yourself, and you should see something in the headers like:

    "clamdscan: 0.80/633."

    You can do this with spamassassin, as well (assuming you have not purchased the license for spamassassin support in your Plesk).
    Just add "spamassassin" to the line with clamav and it will install that as well.
     
  6. Artur

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    Thanks much! The ART website did not have this info. Maybe I wasn't looking in the right place...
     
  7. Artur

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  8. Griffith

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    since you are using CentOS you have to hardcode 3ES:

    [Art]
    name=Atomic Rocket Turtle - $releasever - Art RPMS
    baseurl=http://3es.atomicrocketturtle.com/atomic/art/3ES/
    baseurl=http://archive.atomicrocketturtle.com/atomic/art/3ES/
    baseurl=http://www.atomicrocketturtle.com/atomic/art/3ES/

    this should work. I'm running it like this on my CentOS testserver :)
     
  9. Artur

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    Thanks all! With a little help I have everything installed and ready to test.
     
  10. Griffith

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    did it ask for spamassassin3 as a dependency? or did you install without spamassassin3?
     
  11. Artur

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    It did ask, here is a list:

    # yum install spamassassin
    ...
    ...
    [update: spamassassin 1:3.0.2-1.rhel3.art.i386]
    I will install/upgrade these to satisfy the dependencies:
    [deps: perl-Digest-Nilsimsa 0.06-1.rhel3.art.i386]
    [deps: dcc 1.2.63-1.rhel3.art.i386]
    [deps: razor-agents 2.61-2.rhel3.art.i386]
    Is this ok [y/N]: y
    Downloading Packages
    Getting perl-Digest-Nilsimsa-0.06-1.rhel3.art.i386.rpm
    perl-Digest-Nilsimsa-0.06 100% |=========================| 45 kB 00:00
    Getting spamassassin-3.0.2-1.rhel3.art.i386.rpm
    spamassassin-3.0.2-1.rhel 100% |=========================| 628 kB 00:01
    Getting dcc-1.2.63-1.rhel3.art.i386.rpm
    dcc-1.2.63-1.rhel3.art.i3 100% |=========================| 876 kB 00:01
    Getting razor-agents-2.61-2.rhel3.art.i386.rpm
    razor-agents-2.61-2.rhel3 100% |=========================| 138 kB 00:00
     
  12. atomicturtle

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  13. pesja

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    I typed exaxctly the name and baseurl into yum.conf. Restarted it, but with the command yum install clamav it cannot find the needed packages.

    Please send me a solution....
     
  14. Artur

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    Can you post your yum.conf?
     
  15. pesja

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    I have the default yum.conf file as is by e default install en typed exactly the baseurl into the section psa-7.5.

    For your information, yum did find al the headers from the fedora-core site and dit find the server from Atomic Rocket Turtle, but cannot find such a file as Clamav.
     
  16. TotaalIT

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    Use this in your yum.conf

    [psa-7.5]
    name=Atomic Rocket Turtle - $releasever - SW-Soft PSA 7.5 RPMS
    baseurl=http://3es.atomicrocketturtle.com/atomic/atomic/$releasever/
    baseurl=http://archive.atomicrocketturtle.com/atomic/atomic/$releasever/
    baseurl=http://www.atomicrocketturtle.com/atomic/atomic/$releasever/

    works for me.
     
  17. pesja

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    I will. Thank's. I hope it work for me to.
     
  18. pesja

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    Worked for me too. Many Thank's.
     
  19. Artur

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    One question though, when I originally installed clamav and qmail scanner, it did not require spamassassin. The next time I also installed spam assassin and then tested that configuration for a while. Then I uninstalled all of the above (spamassassin, qmail-scanner, clamav in that order) and when tried to reinstall everything without spamassassin it became a requirement. So every time I try to reinstall qmail-scanner it now demands spamassassin.

    Any thoughts on how to get around it?
     
  20. NightStorm

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    I believe that is how ART builds the RPM now... to call for spamassassin as a dependancy.
    I imagine the only way to get around it, short of requesting he build a new rpm for you (he recently began the subscription section to his site), you will probably be looking at a manual install from the source files.
     
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