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Old 06-05-2010, 10:10 PM   #1
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Openvas client Fedora 13


I already downloaded openvas-scanner, but there isnt availabre openvas-client using yum.

The webpage say to install atomic repos but it doesnt have repos for fedora 13 yet :s

I installed nessus but it is a olllld version.. :s

Does anyone know where can I download this?(rpm of course).
 
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If there is an openvas-client for F12 then maybe you could take the .src.rpm and build it for F13?
 
  


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