Couldn't install NOD32 for Linux mail server

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  1. ncfeiyang

    ncfeiyang Registered Member

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    Hello,

    I'm trying to install nod32 for Linux mail server,during the installation,it occurs an error message,
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    [root@mail init.d]# nod32d start
    Start first time anti-virus modules update,please wait...........
    Start NOD32 mirror process
    Checking remote update packages at 'u39.eset.com'.......OK /3k(100%)
    Checking local update packages in '/var/lib/nod32/mirror/'.........error[35f80000] :cannot extract information from '/var/lib/nod32/mirror/advheur1.nup'
    error[35f80000]:Cannot extract information from "var/lib/nod32/mirror/engine2.nup"
    error[35f80000]:Cannot extract information from "var/lib/nod32/mirror/engine0.nup"
    error[35f80000]:Cannot extract information from "var/lib/nod32/mirror/engine0.nup"
    OK (0 nups found)

    Downloading 17 file(s)
    Downloading ENGINE0......authorization failed
    Downloading ENGINE1......authorization failed


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    my system information is:

    OS:CenOS Linux
    Kernel:2.6.9-42 ELsmp #1 SMP

    anyone who know this problem pls kindly tell me how to solve it,a big thanks!

    my email is: ncfeiyang 163.com
     
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  2. Marcos

    Marcos Eset Staff Account

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    1, you have an invalid username/password entered in the config. file
    2, nup files in /var/lib/nod32/mirror/ are most likely corrupted. Could you please send them to support[at]eset.com with this thread's url enclosed?
     
  3. mayt

    mayt Eset Staff Account

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    You seem to install NOD32 for Linux Mail Server which is now obsolete. Please download ESET Mail Security for Linux Mail Server, version 3.0.5. However, as Marcos already said, there is problem with username/password which is either typed incorrectly or commented out in nod32.cfg file.
     
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