My attempts to install ClamAV together with the necessary AV signature database using Zoris 15.3 32 bit Lite were frustrated. ClamAV antivirus assumes that there is write permission for a file to be created in one of the root directories. I have just found out how to jailbreak this area, but instead I have installed Comodo which seems to be a more friendly antivirus package. Anyone else hit this?
I am using Zorin 15.3 lite 32 bit on a Lenovo ideapad S10e. The issue is ClamAV’s directory of antivirus signatures. It tries to create this file in a root location which is normally locked. I have not created such a root account yet, as Zorin by default does not set one up. After some failed attempts I gave up and installed Comodo instead which seems to work well without such hiccups.
Same experience here. Seems
Clamtk attempts to create a file in the Root area but cannot do that when there is no write permission. I think zorin locks those directories.