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SAV: 9.15.0, Engine: 3.72.1, Data: 5.55
I have recently carried out a savupdate on a Fedora 28 kernel Linux 4.18.12-200.fc28.x86_64.
The installer then compiled a local Talpa Binary pack apparently successfully.
The scanner appeared to be operational in ‘ps’ with the processes running correctly.
When I tried to mount a drive the following error occurred.
mount(2) system call failed: Bad address.
The automatic updating of the system was also affected with the following error
Failed to mount per-user tmpfs directory /run/user/0: Bad address
The Pulse Audio detection of the sound card also was not discovered.
I turned off the scanner with the command
and the problem was resolved.
I have also issued the command ./savdctl disableOnBoot savd
Any suggestions or should I just enable ‘fanotify’ ?
carried out a savupdateyou have automatic updates disabled? There hasn't been a significant update to the software in the last months AFAIK. You did not update Fedora or the kernel, did you?
Perhaps DouglasLeeder has a suggestion.
The version of Talpa shipped with SAV doesn't support kernels >= 4.17
The version of Talpa in github can now support kernel 4.17, it can be deployed using https://gist.github.com/paperclip/7892031
Otherwise you can use fanotify instead.
In reply to QC:
Autoupdate was turned on but not working.
In truth sometime back I installed Sophos Linux Endpoint on my home machine to test it for my main Centos 6 workserver.
I purchased a commercial license for the work server and it uses the pre-compiled Talpa binary packs without issue.
I posted this message as I found the errors were bizarre and it may help someone at some later date.
Douglas Leeder's suggestion corrects the problem on my home machine.
Thanks for your help.
In reply to DouglasLeeder:
I have carried out the instructions following your link, the Talpa binary compiles and loads correctly.
I will also create a cron as you suggest which should keep up to date with any further kernel updates.
Thank you for your help.