Re: error from Klamav
On 30/08/11 19:18, Tony van der Hoff wrote:
On 30/08/11 10:03, Scott Ferguson wrote:
On 30/08/11 18:09, Tony van der Hoff wrote:
I am getting an error after the nightly scan by KlamAV as follows:
From: email@example.com (Cron Daemon)
Subject: Cron <tony@tony-lx>
Which Debian release are you running??
That script "used" to be for KDE context menu a long time ago.
It's not on my systems (also Squeeze)... what are the contents (of the
cat: /home//.DCOPserver_tony-lx_:0: No such file or directory
QLayout "unnamed" added to Klamav "KlamAV ", which already has a layout
Does anyone have any clues to what this means, and more importantly, how
to fix it?
Thanks in advance,
Has the process previously worked successfully??
No. I recently installed it with synaptic, configured it to scan my
home, and left it at that.
It seems to be looking for .DCOPserver_tony-lx_:0 in /home, whereas that
file actually exists in /home/tony.
I noted that the path to that was wrong - hence my focus on the script
that appears to start the scan.
From memory the default install of klamav requires changing of
/var/lib/clamav or updates won't work - though I don't see how it would
An earlier google showed a similar bug report from 2008 for Suse.
I haven't tried scanning my entire home - I'm just going to try it now
on an unused desktop. If that is successful I'll try calling the scan
from cron - how did you call the klamav scan from cron??
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