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    Default Help with KlamAV

    Does anyone have any suggestions about getting The auto-scan to work?? Here's what I'm getting:
    Dazuko was not loaded successfully. Please check your installation.
    I did install Dazuko I'm using KlamAV 0.44 and ClamAV 0.93.1

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    Default Re: Help with KlamAV

    Quote Originally Posted by nathanaelc View Post
    Does anyone have any suggestions about getting The auto-scan to work?? Here's what I'm getting:
    Dazuko was not loaded successfully. Please check your installation.
    I did install Dazuko I'm using KlamAV 0.44 and ClamAV 0.93.1
    Just want to say, I'm getting exactly the same behaviour with Klamav and Clamav (on OpenSusE 11.0). Looking forward to getting a response!

    Spaceman

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    Default Re: Help with KlamAV

    If this is a help for you, try German explaination

    ://de.opensuse.org/Klamav_mit_On-Access-Scanning_(Dazuko)_installieren

    king regars Peter

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    Default Re: Help with KlamAV

    I have done that (as in the German explanation), but in spite of successful installation of dazuko there is no file /dev/dazuko on which to "chown" (as also confirmed in the bootlog file).

    Kindest Regards

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    Default Re: Help with KlamAV

    perhaps I can add some more information...

    The file /etc/modprobe.d/dazuko contains the commands
    install dazuko modprobe -r capability;\
    modprobe -i dazuko; \
    modprobe -i capability

    but it produces errors during boot, viz:

    install: invalid option -- 'r'
    Try `install --help' for more information.
    WARNING: Error inserting redirfs (/lib/modules/2.6.25.11-0.1-default/weak-update
    s/redirfs.ko): Unknown symbol in module, or unknown parameter (see dmesg)
    FATAL: Error inserting dazuko (/lib/modules/2.6.25.11-0.1-default/weak-updates/d
    azuko.ko): Unknown symbol in module, or unknown parameter (see dmesg)
    FATAL: Module capability not found.

    The tail of dmesg contains:
    redirfs: Unknown symbol rfs_flt_type
    dazuko: Unknown symbol rfs_set_operations
    dazuko: Unknown symbol rfs_unregister_filter
    dazuko: Unknown symbol rfs_set_path
    dazuko: Unknown symbol rfs_register_filter

    perhaps this helps!!

    Spaceman

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    Default Re: Help with KlamAV

    you need to build a new kernel with dazuko in
    download the opensuse dazuko patch from
    Downloads - Dazuko

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    Default Re: Help with KlamAV

    Thanks. Looks like a reason to avoid Klamav for the moment.

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    Default Re: Help with KlamAV

    Rhaddamant wrote:

    >
    > you need to build a new kernel with dazuko in
    > download the opensuse dazuko patch from
    > 'Downloads - Dazuko'
    > (http://dazuko.dnsalias.org/wiki/index.php/Downloads)
    >
    >

    Question? is this a Klamav problem or dazuko? Since I notice AVG free for
    Linux also requires dazuko. I have not tried to install it yet.
    --
    Russ
    Linux register user 441463

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    Default Re: Help with KlamAV

    Question? is this a Klamav problem or dazuko? Since I notice AVG free for
    Linux also requires dazuko. I have not tried to install it yet.
    neither of them

    problem is the kernel architecture: starting 2.6.23 no more a security module could be loaded on demand. it only can be built-in the kernel.

    hopefully, soon there will be a solution:

    dazuko developers are working on nullfs; there is also redirfs
    both of them will allow dazuko to use another approach hooking file operations

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    Default Re: Help with KlamAV

    }Spaceman{
    >>Thanks. Looks like a reason to avoid Klamav for the moment.<<


    I would have to agree!
    Thanks All!!

    nathanaelc

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