Mon Aug 29, 2016 10:42:14 pm
https://www.comodo.com/home/download/do ... track=6129
Choose the correct option for your OS - 32-bit or 64-bit
Then after downloading the .deb package "cav-linux_x86.deb" (for 32-bit system) "cav-linux_x64.deb" (for 64-bit system) extract it with GDebi Package Manager. You will need to provide your login password to install the package - now there is an issue after installation and the fix is two-fold:
1. install 'redir' and 'sqlite' via a terminal:
sudo apt-get install redir sqlite
2. Download the updated 'driver.tar' from here:
http://www.bondoffamily-net.com/~kinta- ... index.html:
ALWAYS choose the STABLE version!
Now don't do anything to unpack the newly downloaded .tar file - you need to browse in a terminal to /opt/COMODO and take ownership of the existing 'driver.tar' by the following command:
sudo chown [your username] driver.tar
You can now safely delete this file and replace it with the one you downloaded.
[THIS NEXT BIT IS FOR 64-BIT USERS!!! I had an issue during install in that it wanted to install an older library file of libdssl - the installed version is 1.0 - SO IF YOU FOLLOW THIS ADVICE YOU DO SO AT YOUR OWN RISK! Download the old libdssl from here: http://security.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/ ... _amd64.deb - install it using the Gdebi Package Manager]
Now when Comodo reports that there is an issue say 'Yes' to the option to fix and you will get a lengthy licence that you have to say 'Y' to to apply the fix - but be very careful you don't skip past it!
You then have the option to provide your email address if you want to be notified of developments but not essential. After you press enter the redir sqlite fix will take effect:
You may get some mail filter errors - just adjust the smtp settings to 'general MTA' to get rid of the error message.
If you get the message it has never been updated, update the virus database and then;
Finally, scan your computer to get a 'green shield':