ISPConfig 2.2.19: Problems with ClamAV compilation on older Linux distributions
If your ISPConfig 2.2.19 update stops, dont panic. Please check if you see the following error message in the compilation output:
The recommended solution from the ClamAV dev's: Update GCC
The problem is, newer gcc packages are not available anymore for these linux distributions. Older gcc versions may work too, so downgrading gcc can be an option.
I collected here some workarounds:
Ubuntu 6.06 LTS: http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/sho...4&postcount=27
For all other linux distributions, the following steps should help:
to make sure that the ispconfig installer performs a update, when we start it again.
2) Unpack the file ISPConfig-2.2.19.tar.gz again. Then edit the file:
and replace the line (160):
3) Now run the ispconfig setup script again.
Why did we not add this by default? The changes above disable the compiler optimisations for gcc, this is not recommended and might slow down clamav.
This error also pertains to the CentOS 5.x branch. The GCC default install is the latest version, 4.1.2, but the error still persists.
I am currently in the middle of ./setup again with the recommended patch and it seems to be installing.
SOLVED: Till's solution does solve the issue with the later versions of some operating systems that include the latest GCC. I can't figure out why this still occurs... It does, such is life. Apply the patch (line replacement in file) and keep on trucking.
gcc.i386 4.1.2-14.el5 installed
gcc-c++.i386 4.1.2-14.el5 installed
I added a patch for the next ISPConfig release (its in SVN already) that includes 2 configure statements for clamav. If the first (optimal) configure string fales, it falls back automatically to the second configure string which contains the above fix. Hope this will solve the installation provblems in future updates.
:~# lsb_release -a
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID: Ubuntu
Description: Ubuntu 6.06.2 LTS
It's an up-to-date install and I have followed the steps to install gcc-3.4 and (re)create the /root/ispconfig/ dir
Guess I'll install 2.2.17 which worked fine and will give 2.2.20 a shot; if that also fails I guess I'll have to stick with the last working version.
The error I keep seeing is ./setup2: line 873: ispconfig_tmp/php/bin/php: No such file or directory
sounds like the same thing for me as well... I went back to .18 which was working great before the upgrade... It is working again...except nothing is listed on the web app for ispconfig, but all my sites are up..
I have another thread about the sites not being listed if you run into the same thing when you go back to .17
Interestingly it recognizes it at the beginning of the install process as an upgrade, so it should restore everything.
The last thing I want to do is a full reinstall of ISPconfig, do the manual setups and then reload the user and web data from backup...
compat-gcc-32 workaround in Fedora Core 4 (and possible elsewhere)
I was hitting the same problem in FC4.
The only ways to upgrade gcc are to upgrade to FC7 or FC8 using yum (too scarry for me)
or compile GCC from source (this also might hit the GCC bug, so GCC would need to be compiled with gcc compat 3.2)
I desided to give it a try compiling clamav using gcc compat 3.2, seems to work fine so far.
compat-gcc-32.x86_64 3.2.3-47.fc4 installed
compat-gcc-32-c++.x86_64 3.2.3-47.fc4 installed
Just run the following before configure:
then just as you would build it regulary
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