I just installed ComoDo on my Linux Mint 17 box and I don’t understand how to fix this issue with this filter driver.
filesystem filter driver is not loaded
So to fix that the program says to run:
/opt/COMODO/post_setup.sh (and than run)
I did that and rebooted my pc.
I’m still getting that the filter driver is not loaded when I launch the program.
How do I fix this?
Here, this should help you. It helped me.
Hope this helps
Thanks for the link-
I’m not very good with compiling.
I’m pretty sure that the driver.tar has to be compiled by reading a Install or ReadMe file.
The Install or ReadMe files are very hard to understand. Least they are for me.
I’ll give it a try and see if I can get it to work.
If not; maybe uninstall and than reinstall cav-linux–
I couldn’t install the filter drivers because I don’t understand the Install file that came each driver.
IMO the Install files are complicated.
I uninstall the program with:
sudo apt-get --purge remove cav-linux
I’ll try re-installing ComoDo again and hopefully a fresh install won’t give me the same issue.
Well a fresh installation made no difference and trying to understand the Install file only leaded to the compilation failure. :-
I ran this command but don’t understand why it failed or how to fix it.
make -C /lib/modules/`uname -r`/build M=`pwd` \
Is installing the avflt and redirfs the only way around this?
Is there anyone here running Linux that had success with this?
If so please enlighten me.-
Great news guys!
ComoDo is working on my desktop with Linux Mint 17 Cinnamon and it’s also working on my friends Linux Mint 17 KDE desktop pc.-
After I installed ComoDo I than install the 3 modules (driver.tar) by moving them.
sudo mv driver.tar /opt/COMODO/driver.tar
Than I changed directory-
Than ran these 2 command but didn’t launch the program and restarted.
sudo /etc/init.d/cmdavd restart
Upon restart the Comodo data base took a while to update.
After looking around in Diagonostic’s for a few min’s all seemed set up correctly.
I ran the first scan and it’s running properly.
BTW Comodo in Linux is “cav-linux” which is dependent upon libssl0.9.8 which I had to go and download from Debian.
The dependency “libssl0.9.8” had to be installed with the dpkg command first before installing cav-linux.
That was a lot of work but it’s nice to have ComoDo working properly!