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  1. Hi Robert, sorry to hear, that you have difficulties with our product. From yours screenshot I can see that our services couldn't start correctly. Could be caused by issues during installation or something is preventing them to run correctly. EFS has its own log collecting script (/opt/eset/efs/sbin/collect_logs.sh), could you please execute it and attach output? Archive you have attached in previous comment is produced by script designed for older versions of linux products. Could it be possible to generate strace of our service? it could help us identify what going on there.
  2. Hi admin222, I can see that you are using elrepo kernel, sadly we are not officially supporting it. This is the main reason, why our real-time kernel module (eset_rtp.ko) is missing. During EFS installation we have also some dependencies, that are needed for eset_rtp.ko compilation, for centos default kernel, they are automatically installed. Now some better news, to get it working, you need to install elrepo kernel sources. This command could be used (when elrepo is not enabled from configuration) Then after this installation, restart efs service EFS will try
  3. Hi MatthieuB, EFS web interface login name is "Administrator" and it's the only supported user for now (can't be changed locally or from ESMC). To summary it, if you are installing EFS locally by default web interface is enabled, self-signed certificates are generated and user/pass shown at the end of installation (due to security password is shown only once when generated). If you run setgui without parameters you will see the configuration, but password is hidden. Remote installation is different. Web interface is by default disabled and also self-signed certificates generati
  4. Hi, If you want to install EFS without internet access, you need to install all dependencies manually by downloading their packages from centos repositories. EFS dependencies could be found in unpacked rpm package (bin installer unpacks packages when executed with -n parameter). [user@testmachine ~]$ rpm -qpR ./efs-7.1.561.0.x86_64.rpm /bin/sh /etc/cron.d /usr/bin/crontab gcc kernel-devel make perl rpmlib(CompressedFileNames) <= 3.0.4-1 rpmlib(PayloadFilesHavePrefix) <= 4.0-1 You need to install all this packages before installing EFS, but most of them will probably also hav
  5. Hi Mogobjah, what is the version of your EFS? Latest release contains some optimizations which maybe could help. Are there any errors is logs? especially eset_rtp timeouts, please check it. How many clients are using this web servers, if it is possible to give some number? Peter.
  6. Hi baran, looks like an issue with encoding configuration, could you please share output of "locale" command?
  7. Hi Markor, yes you can download it directly from eset website and install it manually, but for remote management it will work only using ESMC & Agent v7.1+ (or you can use its own webinterface, until you upgrade your ESMC infrastructure).
  8. Hi Markor, EFS for Linux v7 is supported since ESMC version 7.1 . Looking at your Agent version, I suppose that you are using ESMC 7.0 (I see that you have also mentioned it in the first post), therefore you can't see this version in repository.
  9. Hi Mike, ESET File Security for Linux supports only UTF-8 & ANSI X3.4-1968 codeset. Probably codeset configuration of your machine is different. Changing locale settings to UTF-8 should resolve your issue. For example ,if you are using US english, this is an working locale "en_US.UTF-8" and this a non-working locale "en_US.iso88591". Peter
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