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Re: Where can I find a samba-vscan rpm?



On 2/8/07, Ed Greshko <Ed Greshko greshko com> wrote:
Rakhesh Sasidharan wrote:
> On 2/8/07, Ed Greshko <Ed Greshko greshko com> wrote:
>> samba-vscan is included in recent SUSE Linux / SUSE Linux Enterprise
>> Server
>> versions. Unofficial samba-vscan RPMs for SuSE Linux / SLES / UL1 can be
>> found at SUSE's FTP server for Samba 2.2 / 3.0. SUSE ships samba-vscan
>> since
>> SUSE Linux 8.1 or so, RPMs for Mandrake Linux should be available and an
>> eisfair package as well. samba-vscan is also in the FreeBSD ports
>> collection. Some unofficial debs for Debian woody can be grabbed here,
>> but
>> this debs should be used for Samba packages built by Samba.org only!
>> (thanks
>> to Simo). A FreeBSD 5.3 package (self-built) can be grabbed here. Use at
>> your own risk.
>
> Hmm, but that doesn't say anything about rpms for Fedora ... So I just
> download the source and compile eh?

Yep, but do note the comment "proof-of-concept module".  Sounds not really
ready for prime time.

Hmm, point. So what do people really use when they want an anti-virus
thigny on their Samba servers? Any alternative solution to
samba-vscan? Is that why Fedora too doesn't provide any samba-vscan
rpms?


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