# [b]yum info amavisd-new[/b]
AMaViS is a program that interfaces a mail transfer agent (MTA) with one or more virus scanners.
Amavisd-new is a branch created by Mark Martinec that adds serveral performance
and robustness features. It's partly based on work being done on the official amavisd branch.
# [b]ls /usr/share/doc/amavisd*/README*[/b]
Yes you are right. ClamAV has recently been discussed in these fora.
You do not need to have a GUI to use yum or the RPMForge repo. It can be installed via a CLI.
Please have a look at this article http://wiki.centos.org/Repositories/RPMForge and also have a look at man -a yum
Hope this helps,
If a problem is selinux related, restoring the selinux security contexts to the files of interest (see restorecon) will often fix the problem.
But if you made a lot of changes or you have never relabeled the system or you tire of trying to fix a selinux problem, then running "fixfiles relabel && init 6" will fix lots of issues.
Also, have a look at the audit2allow and audit2why manpages for more serious selinux problems.
One suggestion: While you are initially setting up new features, it is useful to change selinux to permissive mode.
That way, selinux will not interfere and the real problems will be easier to find and fix. The selinux alerts will still appear in the system logs, so you can identify and fix them before you change back to enforcing mode.
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