Installing Dr.Web for UNIX Mail Servers
To install Dr.Web for UNIX Mail Servers, do one of the following:
1.From the Doctor Web official website, download the installation file that contains a universal package for UNIX systems. The package includes an installer (due to the fact that the installation program is developed for the command-line mode, for its operation in the graphical desktop mode, you will need to have a terminal emulator available).
2.Download the native packages from the corresponding package repository of Doctor Web.
During the installation (as well as from universal .run package, as from native packages using package manager), on root@localhost email address messages containing installation results are sent.
After you installed Dr.Web for UNIX Mail Servers by any of the mentioned means, you can uninstall or update it if there are fixes for its components available or if a new Dr.Web for UNIX Mail Servers version is released. If required, you can also configure security subsystems of GNU/Linux for correct operation of Dr.Web for UNIX Mail Servers. If there is a problem with functioning of any individual components, you can perform their custom installation and uninstallation, without uninstalling Dr.Web for UNIX Mail Servers.
Regardless of the selected way to install Dr.Web for UNIX Mail Servers, after the installation completes, you need to activate the license and to install the received key file. Moreover, you can connect Dr.Web for UNIX Mail Servers to the centralized protection server. For details, refer to Licensing. Unless you do it, anti-virus protection functions will switched off. In addition, in some cases it is necessary to customize the basic functionality of the installed Dr.Web for UNIX Mail Servers, as described in the Getting Started section.