ClamAV is still version 0.94.2

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by Taxick, Apr 13, 2009.

  1. Taxick

    Taxick New Member


    I have use ISPConfig for some time now, but i have a problem..

    ClamAV is still version 0.94.2 :( The last version of ClamAV is 0.95.1 :eek:

    When i updated the ISPConfig 3.0.1 to ISPConfig the setup did not update the ClamAV :confused:

    I have try to update the version manual, bot i get a error :(

    I now the problem is small, but i will be happy to run the latests version.

    What can i do???

    Best Regards

  2. till

    till Super Moderator

    The Clamav in a ispconfig 3 setup is from your linux distribution and not from ispconfig, so this is not related to ispconfig or an ispconfig update.
  3. Taxick

    Taxick New Member

    Hmm... What are you talking about???


  4. till

    till Super Moderator

    I have written the news ;) Take a look at the version numbers. ISPConfig 2 is not ISPConfig 3.
  5. Taxick

    Taxick New Member

    Ha ha.. :D My bad... :p I follow me a little stupid :rolleyes:

    But how can i update the version????
  6. till

    till Super Moderator

    Take a look of the website of the linux distribution to check if they provide any updates.
  7. manarak

    manarak New Member

    I've got the same issue.

    I've tried apt-get update and apt-get upgrade, but clam av is still outdated.

    I don't get it...

    if I do apt-get update and apt-get install clamav, it tells me that I already have the newest version...
  8. till

    till Super Moderator

    Thats all fine, nothing to worry about. You have already the latest available release for debian installed and your antivirus signatures are up to date. When debain has tested the new calav release it will be made available as update.
  9. manarak

    manarak New Member

    ok, thanks!
  10. dpicella

    dpicella New Member

    I'm fine with all of this. However, I get tired of deleting the warning emails from root's email box. Can I turn those off somewhere?


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