On Sun, 2004-09-05 at 21:18, Paul Jakma wrote:
> > 1:clamav-db Illegal instruction
>> > This is a new install of fedora core2, all updated, and I am migrating
> > data from my server to this new one.
>> > I've tried "rpm --rebuilddb" aswell as "yum update" to no avail.
> > Any ideas lads?
I dont think so Paul, dmesg reports all is fine, messages is also cool
(grep-ing for errors shows nothing)
>> If the above is with clamav-db from Dag's rather excellent apt
> repository, I installed same package yesterday sans problems,
> clamav-db-0.75.1-1.1.fc2.dag. apt-cache show clamav-db? which version
> were you trying to install, same as one i have installed? If you
> update again and try install does it happen again? If not, maybe you
> could caught the repository being updated, if yes, hardware?
Tried that already, and its still complaining. I reckon I screwed up the
repositories as I have been transferring data & configs from my server
which is a core1 fedora.
I am going to go with Michele's suggestion and apply the rpm's from dag
directly. I had added dag to the apt sources, but it may be screwed.
>> what kind of box?
Proliant 3000 (p09 BIOS), 1GB (I shall run memtest86 tonight and see
whats the craic)
I configured LVM2 because I ran out of space on the other server (my
main reason for the move) and did a RAID1 underneath that. There is a
JBOD left over for /boot and swap (i.e.: non-critical stuff)
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