Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 190963
Missing ClamAV entry in system-config-services
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:32 EST
Description of problem:
After installing there isn't an entry for the clamav daemon in
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install the clamav packages including clamav-server
2. Start system-config-services
3. Search for the clamav daemon entry
No entry to start the clamav daemon is available
system-config-services should have an entry to start the clamav daemon
I have the same problems.
Other observation. There is a softlink from /etc/init.d/clamd-wrapper to
/usr/share/clamav/clamd-wrapper but this file is not executable.
there is no global clamd service which can be managed by system-config-services.
> there is no global clamd service which can be managed by system-config-services.
Why not? Reading over the README file, I see all the normal steps are supposed
to be performed by hand, but with an arbitrary "service" name string appended
everywhere. But no rationale is given for that decision. Are we supposed to be
running multiple clamd "services"?
Looking through the other bugzilla reports on clamd, I see pointers to
explanations at the fedora.us site, but that domain no longer exists and so
those notes are unavailable to us.