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engine and uses GNU General Public License by the Free Software Foundation, and is free (as in freedom) software.

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You can set the clamtk gui to check for updates to the AV definitions and the GUI at startup, I believe that is system startup, not application start. It's too bad there isn't a simpler way of doing all this.

Click the Advanced menu header, select Preferences, then go to the Startup Preferences tab and select the top two entries, if not all three. They could a function or functions on the app to update virus definitions, engine and GUI at the click of a mouse button.

They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.

Read Apr 14 mail freshclam[5915]: is up to date (version: 46, sigs: 231834, f-level: 26, builder: sven) Apr 14 mail freshclam[5915]: getfile: daily-6700.cdiff not found on remote server (IP: 64.142.100.50) Apr 14 mail freshclam[5915]: getpatch: Can't download daily-6700.cdiff from Apr 14 mail freshclam[5915]: getfile: daily-6700.cdiff not found on remote server (IP: 1.218) Apr 14 mail freshclam[5915]: getpatch: Can't download daily-6700.cdiff from Apr 14 mail freshclam[5915]: getfile: daily-6700.cdiff not found on remote server (IP: 1.218) Apr 14 mail freshclam[5915]: getpatch: Can't download daily-6700.cdiff from Apr 14 mail freshclam[5915]: Incremental update failed, trying to download Apr 14 mail freshclam[5915]: Downloading [100%] Apr 14 mail freshclam[5915]: updated (version: 6755, sigs: 23628, f-level: 26, builder: ccordes) Apr 14 mail freshclam[5915]: Your Clam AV installation is OUTDATED!I would assume with the IP's it was set to query for updates are old and no longer operational or I need to adjust something in the config however I have no clue how to operate clamav and it appears to be doing the job fine with outdated definitions so I don't want to risk changing something and rendering this entire email server useless.Here are my logs: Apr 14 mail freshclam[5915]: Clam AV update process started at Mon Apr 14 2008 Apr 14 mail freshclam[5915]: Your Clam AV installation is OUTDATED!I got the error messages that my clamav was too old and updates failed on Debian Etch.After updating to the volatile packages for a newer clamav the updates started working fine. I had thought of mentioning checking with Red Hat support but Red Hat has this on their site: If there is a need to use virus protection software, there are third party anti-virus programs available from the Linux community. Clam Anti Virus is available from but is not distributed or support by Red Hat.

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