[ZendTo] Re: Unable to Upload
kbuska at computerlabsolutions.com
Fri May 20 15:13:26 BST 2011
Thanks for your help. Its working now. Is there anything happening in the
background that will keep the client browser from timing out during large
file transfers (less then 2 gig)
On Fri, May 20, 2011 at 2:06 AM, Jules <Jules at zend.to> wrote:
> Check AppArmor or SELinux (depending on what distro you are running). If
> either are enabled, you need to ensure that clamd can read all of
> See the sections of http://www.zend.to/centos.php entitled "Set
> Permissions For Virus Scanning" and "Configure SELinux". You'll need to
> reboot after switching off SELinux.
> What does this produce?
> clamdscan /var/zendto
> That is what ZendTo is trying to run, more or less.
> On 19/05/2011 21:44, Ken Buska wrote:
> Thank you for your reply. I ran freshclam and got the following. No error
> but the definitions never seem to update. I can run freshclam over and over
> and the local version never changes from 0.95.3
> Also shouldn't I have the file in either /var/tmp or /var/zendto/incoming?
> Where is the file that ClamAV is suppose to scan.
> root at Zendto:/etc/apache2# freshclam
> ClamAV update process started at Thu May 19 14:41:09 2011
> WARNING: Your ClamAV installation is OUTDATED!
> WARNING: Local version: 0.95.3 Recommended version: 0.97
> DON'T PANIC! Read http://www.clamav.net/support/faq
> main.cld is up to date (version: 53, sigs: 846214, f-level: 53, builder:
> daily.cld is up to date (version: 13094, sigs: 118682, f-level: 60,
> builder: ccordes)
> root at Zendto:/etc/apache2#
> On Thu, May 19, 2011 at 2:37 PM, Chris Barber <chris at techquility.net>wrote:
>> We are checking out ZendTo, trying to make it functional to our university
>> customers. I've followed the documentation as much as I could but when I
>> attempt to upload a file I get the attached error. Any ideas on what this
>> might be would be very helpful.
>> Ken, are you using one of the pre-made virtual machines?
>> If so, I ran into this issue once or twice. It turned out to be a
>> permissions issue with the virus scanner (Clamav)
>> I can't remember off the top of my head what file or directory was the
>> culprit though. I seem to remember that if you run "freshclam" from the
>> shell it comes back with a permissions error. I was able to fix the scanning
>> problem by fixing whatever file or folder freshclam was complaining about.
>> Hope this helps,
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