- A backup of your /usr/local/atmail/av/etc/clamd.conf file.
- A backup of your /usr/local/atmail/av/etc/freshclam.conf file.
- zlib-devel, or libz-devel libraries
- A post-3.2 version of GCC
Download the newest clam software from clamav.net. See the « Stable Releases » page for info.
If you have concerns in relation to security, and feel that you need to verify the integrity of your download, read on. Otherwise, skip to instruction number 6.
Download the clamav GPG key into the same directory as your download.
% wget http://www.clamav.net/gpg/tkojm.gpg
Import the key into your local public keyring.
% gpg --import tkojm.gpg
Verify that the stable release download is signed with Tomasz Kojm’s (ClamAV lead developer) key.
% gpg --verify clamav-X.XX.tar.gz.sig Note: The resulting output MUST contain the following. Good signature from Tomasz Kojm (tk at lodz.tpnet.pl)
Extract ClamAV package.
% tar -zxvf clamav-0.97.8.tar.gz (change filename for the correct version)
% cd clamav-x.xx % ./configure --with-user=atmail --with-group=atmail --prefix=/usr/local/atmail/av/ --disable-zlib-vchecks % make % make install
Open up the ClamAV configuration file, /usr/local/atmail/av/etc/clamd.conf, and delete the following line.
For example find this line in the file:
Save all changes then restart Atmail.
% /etc/init.d/atmailserver restart
Update ClamAV signatures
% /usr/local/atmail/av/bin/freshclam –stdout