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Old 11-08-2016, 09:00 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by rkelsen View Post
If you're not serving anything then it is most likely that you don't need AV software at all.

Viruses for Linux can only attack "server-type" services which are not required to run as an end user.

This is due to the design of the base system, which basically makes it impossible for a Windows-style virus to do anything.

Anyhow, to get ClamAV working, the SlackBuild should work:
The Slackbuild does work. Download, make the changes to users and groups and build it. Install it and run it. It works for me but can't detect a wet sock in a washing machine. I have had viruses in emails that claim to have been scanned by clamav and come up clean. F-Prot for linux catches them for me


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