On Thu 24 Mar 2016 10:26:02 PM CDT, lord valarian wrote:

malcolmlewis;2771663 Wrote:
> Hi
> It's the clamav daemon for things like realtime scanning on mail etc
>
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You mean linux mail servers? not webmail.


The boot shows "cache all files". I selected the first option. If I want
it live do I need to select "cache all files" (in memory)?

At the login, I used "startx" to get the GUI. The terminal when I
entered "su" nothing happened. Does the terminal start in superuser
mode? Is there any difference between the GUI terminal and the one on
bootup?

Thanks.


Hi
Yes for linux mail servers (eg postfix)...

Not sure, but if live try it with cache files...

It's a command line tool, so either should work fine? What prompt do
you see a red #, if so that's at root user. Can you not just switch to
root user with su - and run the command(s)?

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