[Novalug] Clamd problems
kkauffman at headfog.com
Sun Jan 14 21:32:02 EST 2007
1) Might be related to AppArmour (?) << wild guess
2) There may be a service dependency that was resolved when you used the
For instance, freshclam required the net service. Perhaps the util
resolved the manual assignments you had given.
Jay Hart wrote:
> Ok, riddle me this:
> I created links in the rc3.d and rc5.d directories to start clamd and
> freshclam on startup, but they didn't, or won't.
> So, for no particular good reason, I went into Yast and into the runlevel
> services and removed courier-pop3, and just checked to be sure that clamd and
> freshclam showed that they should be running for run levels 3 and 5 (which
> they were).
> So, I saved config, rebooted box, and now...
> clamd and freshclam start on startup. (but they have different S #s (I gave
> freshclam S12, it now has S09).
> So, am I losing my mind, or did I miss something big time?
>> Is there an S13 in rc3.d? Are you starting in runlevel 3?
>> Jay Hart wrote:
>>> Ok, for the most part got all my HW issues resolved.
>>> However, can't get clamd to load on startup. I uninstalled the app so I
>>> get a fresh install, then modify files, in case I had some corruption going.
>>> So, with fresh install, add startup link to rc5.d for startup and shutdown
>>> /etc/init.d/rc5.d>ln -s ../clamd S13clamd
>>> /etc/init.d/rc5.d>ln -s ../clamd K09clamd
>>> and for freshclam
>>> /etc/init.d/rc5.d>ln -s ../freshclam S13freshclam
>>> /etc/init.d/rc5.d>ln -s ../freshclam K09freshclam
>>> Modify both freshclam.conf and clamd.conf to verbose log to
>>> Set all exec permissions for these apps
>>> Then reboot box
>>> They don't start. And nothing logged in the log file either.
>>> Any ideas???
>>> Jay Hart
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>>> Novalug at calypso.tux.org
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