aqualnx32.1407399202 dbupdate_signaling.lock fmlibunix.1406711097 orsplnx32.0
db.lock dynamic-license hydralinux.1407316850
Those are the folders I mentioned. rpm can't find the original folders:
Because they were removed an replaced with the ones below as the updates were downloaded:
I renomiei files and the return was:
I realized that it generates the following line when I run the setup command
/ opt / FSecure / FSAV / FSAV-config
Configuring...Can't access man pages under /opt/f-secure/fssp/man. Perhaps AppArmor or similar is blocking the access. Please see the distribution's documentation on how to configure it.
apparently use zabbix on the network, has a feature that may be conflicting or blocking? because this is the same error that happens on all servers, including different distributions, CentOS, Debian.
If you mean you renamed the files, you shouldn't. Please do not rename the files. The files are meant to change and rpm mentioning it can't find them is safe to ignore.
I don't believe zabbix could be preventing the program from writing to that folder, zabbix is supposed to be used for monitoring.
Since the error message suggests the issue could be due to AppArmor, it might be worth looking to see if disabling it temporarily, allows for the files to be written. That being said, those are man pages for fsav, fsavd and dbupdate. They won't affect the program's functions.
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