Broken FSAV Linux installation
While installing a new system, I just ran the FSAV install (f-secure-linux-security-9.20.2520) without any parameters. I didn't think anything more of it until it failed because of lack of kernel headers. I installed the kernel-devel package and retried with the appropriate parameters, but the install failed complaining that /opt/f-secure/fsav/fsav-config could not be found. Much to my surprise, no binaries could be found at all in the install folder, but it seems I cannot re-install it either.
I tried removing the entire folder, hoping it would reset the installation procedure, but everytime I start the installation now it still complains of the lack of said configuration file.
[$]› sudo ./f-secure-linux-security-9.20.2520 --auto managed fspms=http://localhost/ locallogin user=itsupport pass=ourpassword keycode=our-key-code nofirewall adminkey=/path/to/our/admin.pub [sudo] password for kultisjeppe: F-Secure Linux Security installation Copyright (c) 1999-2008 F-Secure Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Preparing... ./product-setup: line 779: /opt/f-secure/fsav/fsav-config: No such file or directory
I've edited the usernames, password, keycode, and keypath so as to keep them private.
It seems it's fully relying on that config script to finish the job. Is there some way I can do a full reset of this and completely reinstall it?