> Date: Saturday, May 14, 2016 16:20:41 -0700 > From: Alice Wonder <alice at domblogger.net> > > On 05/14/2016 01:22 PM, Walter H. wrote: >> Hello, >> >> just curious; >> since March 3rd, 2016 everdays logwatch-mail >> shows this: >> >> Last Status: >> WARNING: Your ClamAV installation is OUTDATED! >> WARNING: Local version: 0.99 Recommended version: 0.99.1 >> >> >> on May 4th, 2016 I updated clamav by >> yum update clamav >> since then the daily logwatch-mail >> shows this: >> >> Last Status: >> WARNING: Your ClamAV installation is OUTDATED! >> WARNING: Local version: 0.99.1 Recommended version: 0.99.2 >> >> I guess, that it happened accidentally, that I just updated the day >> before ClamAV did a bigger change; >> as I had tried 'yum update clamav' several times before; >> >> do these warnings raise any problems? >> could they be suppressed? >> >> Greetings, >> Walter >> >> > > It's been awhile since I used ClamAV but when I did, I would > rebuild the new version by modifying the src.rpm of the old version > to the new version but using a 0 in the release tag so that it > would be replaced by a repo maintained version as soon as it hit > the repositories. > It generally takes a week or so for an update to make it to epel. They are still showing 0.99.1-1. You might want to check the epel-testing repo in a couple of days. I think that that clamav warning message is a bit more dire sounding than necessary.