FreeBSD Port: clamav-0.93
adrian at thearle.com.au
Sun May 18 03:59:25 UTC 2008
Attached is an updated unified diff
Looks like sendmail works with the default set of permission on the socket.
Is your sendmail running as root? Perhaps that's how it can access the
I run postfix under the postfix user. To get the clamav-milter to work,
i need to change the owner of the socket to postfix so that it has write
access to the file.
unless anyone else out there knows of a configuration option i don't...
(I guess I could run clam totally as the postfix user...)
David Wolfskill wrote:
> On Sun, May 18, 2008 at 11:44:26AM +1000, Adrian Thearle wrote:
>> I have made a change to the clamav-milter startup script that helps with
>> permissions on the socket.
>> I use postfix, not sure of sendmails requirements, but the socket needs
>> to be writeable by the postfix user. The attached patch adds three
>> variables that can be used to change the permissions and owner of the
>> socket. I checked for this functionality within clam itself, but could
>> not find an option.
>> This is similar to the way spamass-milter does it.
> Well, I use sendmail and clamav-milter; the following reflects what I
> have & use:
> janus(6.3-S) ls -l /var/run/clamav/
> total 4
> -rw-rw---- 1 clamav clamav 6 May 15 20:38 clamav-milter.pid
> srwxrwxrwx 1 clamav clamav 0 May 15 20:38 clamd
> -rw-rw---- 1 clamav clamav 5 May 15 20:38 clamd.pid
> srwxr-xr-x 1 clamav clamav 0 May 15 20:38 clmilter.sock
> janus(6.3-S) grep clam /etc/rc.conf
> # See clamav-milter(1) for flags
> clamav_milter_flags="--noxheader -q -l --max-children=8"
> As for patches, I suggest that you create either context (-c) or uni-
> (-u) diffs.
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