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Old 6th June 2010, 22:05
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I have ISPconfig-2.2.35 and it don't upgrade to 2.2.36 fail on the clamav installation I am running fedora 9 ISPConfig-2.2.35 so I run the ISPConfig-2.2.35 again them evevrything was back to normal. try to install the clamav newer version and it quits on me. so I have my server running back ISPConfig-2.2.35.



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Old 7th June 2010, 09:12
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If you look closely, you'll notice the error
Code:
"cannot find -lstdc++
That means the installer/compiler can't find libstdc++

So install libstdc++ with your package manager, and start the installation again.
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Old 7th June 2010, 17:49
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as you can see my is already install. I run the perfect server fedora 9 for year now. this never happen to any update. so the installation is looking somewhere else.



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Old 7th June 2010, 18:21
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as you can see my is already install. I run the perfect server fedora 9 for year now. this never happen to any update. so the installation is looking somewhere else.


I think you need to install the dev package as well

It's called "libstdc++devel" on fedora (i think)
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Old 7th June 2010, 18:33
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no fedora package libstdc++devel or libstdc++-devel
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Old 7th June 2010, 19:26
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the devel package is also install already. by looking on the first picture of this I don't have the subdirectory /ld I have /usr/bin but no ld subdirectory so the compile have to be looking on the wrong place.



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http://unixhelp.ed.ac.uk/CGI/man-cgi?ld ;-)

ld is a linker, anyway .. i think you need to specify WHERE the libstdc files are .. maybe it's not on a place where clamav expects them to be .. check the ./configure --help command for that.
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What I don't understand? I been updating from way back to version 2.2.24, 25, 26, 27 , 28, 29 , 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, to 2.2.35 clamav is in the same place for all other version. why this update is diferent with clamav. all other version had no problem installing the clamav on my ispconfig server .
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Same here, until some day clamav stopped working because the databases the update mirrors supplied where in a different layout, which resulted in everyone needed to update theire clamav core files. Whet i mean to say with this is that stuff can work for years and suddenly stop working..

Besides the fact that the installer should work, it's also very much suggested you start using ispconfig3 .. i've been running 2 for a long time and didn't want to switch, but i've migrated a few servers now and i can say i'm never going back to ispconfig2 .. with 3 i have way more control over what software i'm running (at least for me it's way cleaner then 2) ..

oke, all things aside, the installer can't find libstdc that's a fact, when the compiler is called with -lstdc++ it will start looking for the lib files it needs in the most common locations like /usr/lib/, /lib or /usr/local/lib .. if it can't find them you'll see the error you get. It's possible that those files are in a different location and you need to specify where those files are so the compiler can find them.

For libs you can use: LDFLAGS=-L<dir> ./configure ... <etc>
For header files (includes): CFLAGS=-I<dir>

So ehm, check and see if you have a file called libstdc++.so.* somehwere in:
/usr/lib, /lib or /usr/local/lib
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