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Description Dimitris Comment 1 Sergio Monteiro Basto Comment 2 Dimitris Coamav 3 Sergio Monteiro Basto Comment 4 Dimitris Comment 5 Raman Gupta Comment 6 Sergio Monteiro Basto Comment 7 Fedora Update System Comment 8 Fedora Update System Comment 9 Fedora Update System Comment 10 Fedora Update System Comment 11 Fedora Update System Comment 12 Fedora Update System Comment 13 Fedora Update System Comment 14 Fedora Update System Comment 15 Fedora Update System Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug.
I’m approaching this problem via two different directions. One is a compressed version of the other, but clamav doesn’t like it when both of them exist at the same time. When I run “rpm -V clamav-data” to verify the integrity of my system, clamav-data complains that the following files are missing: This caused all scans via the shell or via cron to now produce the following error: Version-Release number of selected component if applicable: No warnings or errors Comment 1 Sergio Monteiro Basto I don’t understand why clamav-data is even a dependency requirement, that package clearly contains outdated definitions, which will be replaced instantly by the latest.
An on top of the outdated database, there is an empty database package, to accommodate for the dependency to the outdated database?
Why not scrap clamav-data-empty and make clamav-data optional? Those who want an offline database may still install the outdated clamav-data package.
Maybe I am missing a key part of the puzzle, so my suggestions could be wrong and ignorant. But I’d appreciate it if others looked at this bizarre situation. Thanks for the reportI had check bytecoxe and it is a typo in spec, I will fix it soon. I just testing now before commit Comment 7 Fedora Update System If problems still persist, camav make note of it in this bug report. You can provide feedback for this update here: