Signature database build

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by rawr, Oct 10, 2005.

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  1. rawr

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  2. Happy Bytes

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    6201 is fine. nothing to worry
     
  3. webyourbusiness

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    care to share why the number is different? Is Ronjor running 64 bit version, or a beta version?
     
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    No 64 bit here. Not sure why it shows 6201.
     
  5. beetlejuice69

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    Mine is the same as Ronjor`s and I`m not running 64 bit nor beta.
     
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    I'm seeing 6201 on all my machines here...

    Ronjor, are you running the admin version by chance?
     
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    No I'm not.
     
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    Build 6202 is for trial version.
     
  9. webyourbusiness

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    Well.. I'm running xp versions - so if you're on XP version, standard - it seems a little strange for your database # to be one ahead (or mine to be one behind) - most odd... perhaps Marcos or HappyBytes can share why there might be a differntial in number...
     
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    thanks Marcos - is the trial ALWAYS going to be one version different?
     
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    the reason I ask, is that some users stated a while back that component level would be a nice thing to include in the database updates - and I expressed concern about differences in build levels across different versions at the time as a complexity which would make posting such information largely redundant, or at least a very complex affair.

    regardless, I added components to my updates database - see:

    http://www.nod32usa.com/nod32-updates/updates/1043.html

    (click the Show/Hide Component link)

    I've just added the caveat:

    Note: These versions are taken from the full installation of the Windows XP version - database versions can be numbered SLIGHTLY differently for the trial version.

    I had a very strong feeling that this was going to be a complex can of worms...
     
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    Thanks guys..
     
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