Installed Lubuntu 14.04 on hp530 notebook.
Start Comodo and shield is red with following message:
Filesystem filter driver is not loaded!
(B) Run Diagnostics
so I run diagnostics and get following message:
The diagnostics utility has found some problems with your installation.
Would you like to fix them?
after I click OK, I get message:
The kernel module 'avflt.ko' appropriate for your current kernel version does not exist, please run
/opt/COMODO/post_setup.sh to install it. Then run
"/etc/init.d/cmdavd restart" command to restart your cmdavd service.
I managed to install COMODO successfully on another newer pc on Linux Mint 13 xfce. So I know the software is ok, does this version of linux have an older kernel?
This is the same issue as found here at forums.comodo .... http://bit.ly/1iEI0qv
this link suggested downloading an unofficial driver from here ... http://www.bondoffamily-net.com/~kinta-chan/techknow/Linux/RedirFS/src/driver.tar
My question is, is this the correct solution? is it safe to copy and replace the driver? if so, how can I do this using the terminal?
this is the path of the new driver /home/hugh/Dropbox/Linux/COMODO_AV_LINUX/Driver/New/driver.tar
this is the path of the existing driver /opt/COMODO/driver.tar
I am a noobie to linux so if it is safe to do this, what would be the correct syntax to use in a terminal window?
many thanks for any help, it would be much appreciated