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    Default [SOLVED] Which version of ClamAV upgrade for Centos 5.4?

    Hi,

    Which version of ClamAV upgrade should I be installing from ClamAV - Updating clamd for releases earlier than ZCS 5.0.16 - Zimbra :: Wiki

    I'm running Centos 5.4 on a Dell PE2950 & Apache 2. ZCI is 5.0.2.

    Thanks

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    I ask this because in the past I have learned sometimes it's better to not go with the RedHat versions on Centos, can't remember where I heard that, so I want to make sure before I do the install, just wondered if anyone here has experience with ClamAV on Centos. I realize they are the same OS but I believe Centos is set up a bit differently for rpm installs.

    Also I assume I need the 64 bit version is this correct, for a 2.6.18-53.1.19.el5 x86_64 x86_64 machine?

    Thanks very much.
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    I ask this because in the past I have learned sometimes it's better to not go with the RedHat versions on Centos, can't remember where I heard that, so I want to make sure before I do the install, just wondered if anyone here has experience with ClamAV on Centos. I realize they are the same OS but I believe Centos is set up a bit differently for rpm installs.
    Not necessarily questioning you or the source you heard this from, but personally I would be very surprised if I found this to be true. For servers I almost exclusively run CentOS, and I have always used RHEL packages. In fact I run an Internet email gateway (non-Zimbra) in front of my Zimbra installation that uses ClamAV and I've never had any issue with the "standard" RHEL packages.

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    Thanks very much just wanted to be sure before I ran the install, I figured RH was OK just wanted a second opinion first.

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