Amavisd and clamd startup on boot
bryana at oss.qwest.net
Thu Mar 4 04:37:24 PST 2004
At least for clamav, you need to have 'clamav_clamd_enable="YES"' in
your /etc/rc.conf file. There might be a similar requirement for
On 03/04/04 at 07:02, Dan Pelleg wrote:
> "Gareth Bailey" <freebsd at xiplan.com> writes:
> > I have recently installed postfix, amavisd-new, clamd.
> > I have amavisd.sh, clamav-clamd.sh and clamav-freshcalm.sh in my /usr/local/etc/rc.d directory.
> > Neither clamd nor amavisd seem to start on boot.
> > Please let me know what i am doing wrong?
> > Gareth
> Are they executable? They won't be run unless they are (and also end in
> .sh, which they do).
> Dan Pelleg
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