Use the following instructions to download and install Stand Guard Anti-Virus for Linux.
Minimum System Requirements
- RHEL 5.x/6.x 32-bit
- RHEL 5.x/6.x/7.x 64-bit
- CentOS 5.x/6.x 32-bit
- CentOS 5.x/6.x/7.x 64-bit
- Oracle EL 5.x/6.x 32-bit
- Oracle EL 5.x/6.x/7.x 64-bit
- SLES 11/12 64-bit
- Ubuntu 14.04/16.04 64-bit
- RHEL 6.8/7.2 Power Linux Big Endian
- SLES 11 Power Linux Big Endian
- SLES 12 Power Linux Little Endian
- RHEL 7.1 Power Linux Little Endian (and later)
- Approximately 150MB disk space
Installing or Updating
Download the Stand Guard Anti-Virus install file for your operating system from the HelpSystems website. Current users can access the download from the My Account page. If you're a new user, you should have received an email message containing the download link. If you don't have it, contact your Regional Manager.
Unzip the download file, then place the rpm file on the host machine.
If you are updating Stand Guard Anti-Virus, you will run the product installer over the existing Stand Guard Anti-Virus 4 installation. By default, the update folder is the same as the one used for your original Stand Guard Anti-Virus 4 installation. (If your current installation uses a different install path, that path can be provided with the --prefix option.) Before updating, backup any user data.
Once the update is complete, a new license file will need to be placed in the installation folder. The existing license.xml file should be removed. Make sure to keep a copy of license.xml if a rollback to the previous version is needed.
To install or update on Red Hat and SLES
NOTE: If you are installing the 32-bit version of Stand Guard Anti-Virus on RedHat 6.8 or later, you must install this package before installation.
yum install libstdc++.so.5
Run the following command to install:
rpm --install <rpm-file-name>
where <rpm-file-name> is the name of the .rpm installation file.
By default, the product will install to the /opt/sgav directory which will be created if it does not exist. To install to a different directory, use the --prefix option. For example:
rpm --install <rpm-file-name> --prefix /home/sgav
will install to the /home/sgav directory.
Run the following command to update:
rpm --upgrade <rpm-file-name>
where <rpm-file-name> is the name of the latest version of the .rpm installation file.
To install or update on Ubuntu
To install on Ubuntu, run the following command:
dpkg -i <file-name>
where <file-name> is the name of the product .deb file.
on Red Hat and SLES, run the following command:
rpm -e sgav-4.1
To uninstall on Ubuntu, run the following command:
dpkg -r sgav
After your purchase, you will receive an email from HelpSystems with your license code attached. To license the software:
- Save the attached file to the /opt/sgav directory.
- Rename the file "license".