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Automatically run the F-PROT Filesystem Monitor at bootup
5.9 Automatically run the F-PROT Filesystem Monitor at bootup
 

This section applies to F-PROT Antivirus for UNIX File Server and Mail Server versions only

The F-PROT Filesystem Monitor (fpmon) startup files are contained in the rc_scripts/ directory

Note that the Dazuko kernel module must be configured to run at bootup for fpmon to work. If it does not already do that on your system, please consult the Dazuko's home page for information.

If you have SuSE:

cp /opt/f-prot/rc-scripts/fpmon.rc-suse /etc/rc.d/fpmon
chkconfig fpmon on
/sbin/SuSEconfig
/etc/rc.d/fpmon start

If you have Red Hat:

cp /opt/f-prot/rc-scripts/fpmon.rc-redhat /etc/rc.d/init.d/fpmon
chkconfig --add fpmon
/etc/rc.d/init.d/fpmon start

If you have Mandriva:

cp /opt/f-prot/rc-scripts/fpmon.rc-mandriva /etc/rc.d/init.d/fpmon
chkconfig --add fpmon
/etc/rc.d/init.d/fpmon start

If you have Debian:

cp /opt/f-prot/rc-scripts/fpmon.rc-debian /etc/init.d/fpmon
/etc/init.d/fpmon start
And create links from the runlevel directories (f.ex. /etc/rc3.d)
to /etc/init.d/fpmon

Else:

you will need to modify the rc-files manually to make them work with your distribution.

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