libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.11' not found (required by sh) on Ubuntu 13.04 raring ringtail
arvimide at earthlink.net
Fri Jul 19 15:16:08 UTC 2013
On Jul/18/2013 11:0024 PM, Kaushal Shriyan wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 18, 2013 at 6:16 PM, Liam Proven <lproven at gmail.com
> <mailto:lproven at gmail.com>> wrote:
> On 17 July 2013 17:13, pete smout <psmouty at live.com
> <mailto:psmouty at live.com>> wrote:
> > Why when clam av is installed by default,
> No it isn't.
> Otherwise, though, I agree.
> You don't need A/V software on Linux desktops. It's a waste of
> performance and as you have discovered, it can break things.
> I suggest you remove it again.
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> Thanks for the explanation. Please help me understand do we need to scan
> the email for virus before sending it to the recipient who is using
> windows desktop? Also help me understand the pros and cons of AV
> software on Linux Desltop or Server.
Liam Proven is quite right to recommend you do your own research before
asking for help. But as a professional language teacher I know that
Usenet imposes on all users an obligation to completely master English
at the native speaker level, and I think I detect a language
comprehension problem here. So I offer the following reply to your
request for information:
1. Scanning for malware is not a requirement but only a courtesy. It is
unlikely that an user of any operating system other than Windows will be
as diligent in keeping their anti-virus program completely up-to-date,
so it is unlikely to be very thorough or helpful. But some of us try to
be helpful, but I don't. It is up to Windows users to scan their own
2. Unix-based operating systems require a password to access their root.
For years Microsoft gained an enormous share of the operating system
market by not requiring a password, i. e., by making installation of
Windows easy. Its long-suffering purchasers accepted as a cost of doing
business the eradication of malware and regular re-installation of their
contaminated operating system.
Since Unix-based systems don't require anti-virus protection, AV
software is unnecessary and burdensome. Of course, there is malware that
could infect your personal user files, but not your root system. Of
course, you could be lured into betraying your password in installing
software from a contaminated source, so caution in acquiring software is
I myself have never encountered such malware, nor has anyone I know
personally. I do not remember reading about infestation in this forum.
So it is not a big worry, but possible.
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