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PostPosted: Tue Nov 22, 2011 11:46 am 
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WARNING: Clamd was NOT notified

Hello,

I just executed freshclam on my centos 5.5 operating system.
Everyhing seemed to be going along just fine, except that I suddenly received this message in the freshclam log:

WARNING: Clamd was NOT notified: Can't find or parse configuration file

yes

Previously it stated " Clamd successfully notified."

What possibly could have changed that might have caused this?

......

Well after I did research on this question I came up with the facts.
I am running on a 64 bit operating system.
I have noticed that the version of clamav that I am using is different from the updated version.
I have noticed that everything is fine except it states.
Can not locate configuration file or something to this nature.
This is only due to the fact that the version I am rinning on the 64 bit operating system is different from other operating systems.
The straight up issue is that in the version I am rinning the configuration file does not exist.

I hope this helps a few of you! Good Luck!!!! :mrgreen:

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