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Old 25th January 2012, 04:27 PM
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Unhappy Update Clamav FC8

Hi all,

Currently i'm running a FC8 as a mail server + AV Scanner + Antispam.
Everything is ok but i'd like to update Clamav.

Using the fresclam command i only update the signatures and i get a message saying that my version of AV is discontinued.

Yum doesnt permit to upgrade the clamav package.

Indeed, this is a general question.
How can you update package when you have an old version? Everytime i try to force an update i get dependancies errors messages. This is very annonying. I dont want to update my full system for ONE package.

What do you think?

Best regards,


PS= Sorry english is not my native language;
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