On Wednesday, January 29, 2003, at 02:47  PM, Gannater JŠnos wrote:
What kind of anti virus software should I use to protect my
BSD system which is free and really kill's viruses?
Most Unix users don't need anti-virus software; someone gave a reference to chkrootkit under the ports which will look for rootkits.

Where can I tell freeBSD which IMAP software should he use?
Like I installed cyrus and imapd-uw. So which one the system
is using and how can I switch between them?
Take a look at /etc/inetd.conf, although it's also possible to configure the mail daemons to work as standalone programs.


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