Installation from universal package
Dr.Web for UNIX Mail Servers universal package is distributed as an installation file named drweb-<version>-av-mail-<OS>-<platform>.run, where <OS> is a type of UNIX-like OS, <Platform> is the platform for which Dr.Web for UNIX Mail Servers is intended (for 32-bit platforms—x86, for 64-bit platforms—amd64, arm64 and e2s). For example:
To install Dr.Web for UNIX Mail Servers components
1.If you do not have the installation file containing the universal package, download it from the Doctor Web official website: https://download.drweb.com/.
2.Save the installation file to the hard disk drive of your computer.
3.Allow the archive to be executed, for example, by using the command:
4.Execute the archive using the command:
or use the standard file manager of the graphical shell for both changing the file properties (permissions) and running the file.This will run an integrity check of the archive, after which the archived files are unpacked to a temporary directory and an installation program is started. If the user does not have root privileges, the installation program attempts to elevate its privileges asking you for the root password (sudo is used). If the attempt fails, the installation process aborts.
After that the installer for the command-line mode is automatically started (to run it in a graphical desktop environment, you need any terminal emulator).
5.Follow the installer instructions.
6.You can also start the installation program in a silent mode by executing the command:
In this case the installation program is started in the silent mode and will operate without a user interface (this means it also will not have any dialogs that are normally displayed in the command-line mode).
All unpacked installation files are deleted once the installation process completes.