Posts tagged upgrade
The much awaited for 1.4 release of Linux Malware Detect is here! In this release there is quite literally something for everyone, from massive performance gains to FreeBSD support and everything in between . For those who wish to dive straight into it, you can run the -d or –update-ver option to update your install to the latest build and check out the change log for full details.
I will try cover some of the highlights of this release for those with the appetite for it, here goes…
One of the more exciting changes is that Clam Anti-Virus is now supported as More >
This morning I have put out LMD v1.3.3, this is on the back of two other successive releases in recent days that improved LMD in many areas, along with correcting some bugs that were graciously reported by those helping to break-in the project. I have also listened to feedback and revised a number of features along with completely redoing how the inotify monitoring operates, to provide a much more robust model for real-time file monitoring.
I am also happy to say that people are embracing the use of the -c|–checkout option to send me malware that is not currently detected, which More >
Traditionally, the dist upgrade path that many were familiar with from the RH8/9->Fedora or similarly Fedora dist upgrades, have applied more or less to RHEL/CentOS but with the release of 4.5 and early releases of 5.0 the actual dist upgrade path was messy or nearly impossible. The early versions of 5.0 (up to 5.2) had excessive dependency issues with versions later than 4.4 for straight dist upgrades that would often result in a box blowing up on you or forcing a messy downgrade attempt of 4.5+ to 4.4 to try get things to dist upgrade. With more recent release updates More >