Re: [FC1] samba update breaks samba-vscan-clamav...
From: James Kosin (jkosin_at_beta.intcomgrp.com)
Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2004 08:57:53 -0400 To: For users of Fedora Core releases <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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I'm replying to this message; because, I've seen many people trying to
find this file.... I'm sorry to say it isn't their anymore. But, I
have newer files there. For FC1. Samba 3.0.6-1, ClamAV 0.75-1, and
samba-vscan-clamav compiled for this version of samba.
I've even setup as a yum repository. With signed packages....
for the public key you need to 'rpm --import'
Then setup yum or up2date to point to:
You can also download the packages from that location as well.
Sorry, NO FTP.
James Kosin wrote:
| I recently noticed that samba-3.0.4 breaks samba-vscan-clamav-0.3.5-1...
| I fixed the problem by downloading the samba source and the
| samba-vscan-clamav source and rebuilding the samba-vscan-clamav package
| against the samba source. The resulting package works and fixes the
| problems with samba-3.0.4 recently released.
| But, now this has broken something in clamd (in the clamav package).
| I've emailed the bugs list for clamav and they informed me that the fix
| will be out in clamav 0.73! The error reported is "clamd:
| Command parser: read() failed."
| I'm considering this to be a minor issue until resolved. Which I'm
| expecting soon.
| I do have a compiled i386.rpm package built for anyone needing
| samba-vscan-clamav recompiled for version 3.0.4 of samba.
| Note: The current version of samba-vscan-clamav package will install,
| but will have problems with samba. This case it errors out with
| "smbd_vscan-clamav: ERROR: daemon failed with a minor error -
| access to file ... denied." As a result, users no longer have access to
| any files on the share.
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