Am 03.02.2018 um 05:29 schrieb Paul B.:
(Sorry to keep breaking threading. I'm on digest here, and I know of
no way to Reply directly to a post.)
Keep in mind that Debian itself cherry-picked the relevant fixes
into a patch update to 0.99.2. If you are on Debian stable or a
direct derivative of stable, and have at least 0.99.2+dfsg-6+deb9u1,
then you have all the security fixes included in 0.99.3.
Ok, cool. In any case, no version was going to install on the old OS.
I'm now up in the new install, and one of the first things I did was
install Clam, and it was successful
your decision but i would have asked on a distribution forum to get the
root cause fixed
after 15 years Fedora everywhere with more than 600 dist-upgrades you
can imagine the row number of dependecy problems but to re-install a
system? never ever and when .deb can get a state where you need this
because fix some isue with the package database takes more than 5
minutes switch to something serious - but i doubt that is the case
on rpm systems:
rpm -qa | grep clamav
rpm -e --nodpes clampackage1 clampackage2....
dnf install clam.....
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