[clamav-users] /var/lib/clamav/lmd.user.hdb

john at doc2disk.com john at doc2disk.com
Sat Sep 19 05:16:31 EDT 2015


Hi

I apologise if my email is wrong but you could also rerun maldet install, or try maldet -d

I think this is an issue with maldet 

Many thanks

John

> On 19 Sep 2015, at 08:57, Arnaud Jacques / SecuriteInfo.com <webmaster at securiteinfo.com> wrote:
> 
> Hello Otto,
> 
> 
>> This file is missing and ClamAV complains about it when it wants to
>> start: /var/lib/clamav/lmd.user.hdb
> 
> This file is part of maldetect software (https://www.rfxn.com/projects/linux-malware-detect/).
> 
>> This is a symlink to /usr/local/maldetect/sigs/lmd.user.hdb, which
>> symlinks to /usr/local/maldetect/tmp/.runtime.user.19086.hdb, which does
>> not exist.
>> 
>> Any clues on this?
> 
> Juste delete the missing symlinks and restart Clamav.
> 
> -- 
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> 
> Arnaud Jacques
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