On Fri, 2 Mar 2007, Olaf Mueller wrote:
Jason L Tibbitts III wrote:
"OM" == Olaf Mueller <[email protected]> writes:
clamav in FC6? It's still receiving updates, including patches for
the recent security issue (on February 20). That doesn't sound as if
it's not receiving updates.
Ok, I see.
But what is the meaning of this logfile message:
WARNING: Your ClamAV installation is OUTDATED!
WARNING: Local version: 0.88.7 Recommended version: 0.90
OM> Ok, I get it. Fedora Core is only a playground, nothing more,
OM> nothing stable, nothing with a long lifespan.
So you're complaining that it's not stable because a maintainer is
actually maintaining an existing version instead of pushing out a new
version? That's completely contradictory.
0.90 is the recommended version by the developers of clamav. What is to
misunderstood here? Is there anybody out there who knows it better
than the developers of clamav what the recommended version is?
This is the funny thing, Fedora tots itself as "bleeding edge"
yet only do so called security backports to stuff, like the ol true RH
used to, which was cool because RH never promoted itself as bleeding
it seems its bleeding edge only when it suites them
Thats said, there is nothing stopping you from removing the 5 different
packageds required to use clamav with Fedora and install once from source
code with a simple
./configure && make && make install
you'be more bleeding edge current then fedora, and no need to worry about
missing deps either :)
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