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zurc

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I have installed kerio mail server 5.7.5 under Red Hat Linux 8.
First i have a problem with Antivirus the engine cannot be started, an error like this appear: Engine failed to initialize - 8

I check the error log and i see this error
mail_avir.cpp: Cannot start AV server from plugin avir_mcafee: Engine failed to initialize
mail_queue.cpp Cannot parse envelope file /usr/kerio-Mail/queue/17/40361044-000004e5.env: Missing recipient name in <primary-rcpt>


Ill tried to upgrade kerio from version 5.7.5 to 6.0.6.
#rpm -U kerio-mailserver-6.0.6-linux.i386.rpm
error: Failed dependencies:
libpthread.so.0(GLIBC_2.3.2) is needed by kerio-mailserver-6.0.6-linux
libstdc++.so.5(GLIBCPP_3.2.2)is needed by kerio-mailserver-6.0.6-linux


i need help for this i have 12 days old my antivirus!!!
Thanks!
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dbott

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I'm just going to take a couple of logical guesses here --- I'm running KMS 6.0.10 on Win2003. My only real linux experience is with my laptop and it's a debian-based distro (and I've only been using linux as my primary OS for a couple of months now, so lots to learn still) :)

For the first problem, you may just want to backup your Kerio config files & mail store, uninstall version 5.7 and then do a clean install of KMS 6. After that, copy back the config files & mail store & you should be back in business.

As for the other problem:

#rpm -U kerio-mailserver-6.0.6-linux.i386.rpm
error: Failed dependencies: 
libpthread.so.0(GLIBC_2.3.2) is needed by kerio-mailserver-6.0.6-linux 
ibstdc++.so.5(GLIBCPP_3.2.2)is needed by kerio-mailserver-6.0.6-linux


You may have to download/update the associated libraries for KMS6. In my linux distro, I use APT-GET or Synaptic Package Manager to update libraries --- I haven't used the Redhat Package Manager before, so I'm not quite sure what the exact steps would be.

Good luck,
Dave


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