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Old 15th June 2009, 19:19
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Default SpamSnake Jaunty Jackalope - Miss spell? (clamav-module)

Hey

Could just be me, but i cant seem to find the package clamav-module that is referred to in The Perfect SpamSnake - Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope

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12. MailScanner Razor Pyzor DCC Clamav Installation

Code:
apt-get install mailscanner razor pyzor clamav-module
Anyone got a tips? =) :P

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root@postrens1:~# apt-get install mailscanner razor pyzor clamav-module
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Couldn't find package clamav-module

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Old 16th June 2009, 01:50
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Default Yes i also have this issue

So i'm assuming it's clamav by itself.i know i'm probably 100% wrong lol

since i'm new to linux
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Old 16th June 2009, 07:51
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Heh :P I wouldn't know either .
I'm just an apprentice trying to find a solution for a internet gateway.

Appreciate that you came with your ideas tho
to little of those around ;D

Keep it up and you'll be an expert in no time ;D
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Old 16th June 2009, 10:52
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a minor update if anyone has the some problem:

I installed clamav package instead, and will try to run with that, although, not sure if this will be the optimal solution, nor sure if it will work with the SpamSnake guide :P
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Old 16th June 2009, 14:10
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Default clamav vs clamavmodule

I've been googling too and they mention that clamavmodule is much faster than clamav in scanning, but it seems to be clamavmodule is some sort of perl module ..

and my perl skills are close to none..
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Old 16th June 2009, 15:55
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Cant say that I know to much about that myself either :P sorry ^^
But then again, do I need it? guess i will setup this guide as is for now, and from time to time check up on how this server is =) This will only be a beta period. so no biggi if my server is to slow with the mail :P
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Old 22nd June 2009, 13:42
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Default How to install the 'SpamSnake' clamav-module

Steps to get and install the [Spam Snake] clamav-module:

Be sure you have perl installed... (if not use: aptitude install perl) then enter:

perl -MCPAN -e shell

If you are prompted if you want to configure perl automatically choose: yes

When you are at [cpan] prompt enter (steps 1-7):
1) install CPAN (gets any upgrades for perl / cpan)
2) reload cpan (reload any new version)
3) test File::Scan::ClamAV (it will download the ClamAV module)
4) look File::Scan::ClamAV (shell to the ClamAV area)
5) make install (will perform the ClamAV-module install)
6) exit
7) quit
All done, now we have the ClamAV-Module!

UPDATE: You will likely find that continuing with the [SpamSnake] setup that there will be other missing PERL modules:

I outline the steps to resolve this (it was hard) - and it now works:

Type: (at Linux command line)

cpan -i ExtUtils::Command::MM
aptitude install libconvert-binhex-perl
cpan -i Checker::ISA
cpan -i Archive::Zip
aptitude install libyaml-perl
cpan -i OLE::Storage_Lite


Now we are almost there: - see if it now works OK

Test the final perl setup with this:

/opt/MailScanner/bin/check_mailscanner



Peter Bowey

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Old 22nd June 2009, 13:45
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Default Thanks Peter

Your a champ!
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Old 22nd June 2009, 16:01
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Thumbs up Part 2: SpamSnake and

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Originally Posted by moomooboy View Post
Your a champ!
If you found that you hit further problems (I did), then please see the same post. I have updated it when I struck 'further' problems.

Peter
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Great post, thanks peterwbowey =D

All the best!
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