Sophos Anti-Virus for Linux and UNIX: System requirements

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This article provides information on platform, kernel and system requirements for Sophos Anti-Virus on Linux and UNIX systems.

Known to apply to the following Sophos product(s) and version(s)

Sophos Anti-Virus for Unix
Sophos Anti-Virus for Linux

Sophos Anti-Virus for Linux

Supported Platforms and System Requirements

A summary of the supported platforms for Sophos Anti-Virus can be found here: System requirements for SAV Linux

For a full list of supported platforms, including retirement dates and platforms reaching end of support, visit the software lifecycle page: Software lifecycle

On-Access Scanning (Talpa)

Talpa is the default kernel interface for On-Access scanning and is used in two supported methods:

  1. Downloading a Sophos provided Talpa Binary Pack
    Sophos provides binary packs for several kernels and distributions for details please see: Sophos Anti-Virus for Linux System requirements
  2. Locally Compiling a Talpa Binary Pack
    On-Access scanning functionality is built in to the product when using a supported kernel. If you are using a distribution or kernel which Sophos does not provide a binary pack for or have customized your kernel, you may be able to enable on-access scanning by compiling the required Talpa binary pack. For more information please see: Sophos Anti-Virus for Linux: Locally compiling Talpa Binary Packs for On-Access scanning

On-Access Scanning (Fanotify) – Version 9.x Only

Sophos Anti-Virus version 9 includes beta support for the fanotify kernel interface. Fanotify is an alternative to Talpa and also allows on-access scanning to run on any kernels from 2.6.38 onwards.

Fanotify is currently beta only functionality and as such is disabled by default. For more information, please see:  Sophos Anti-Virus for Linux v9: Fanotify Overview

Kernel Support

To obtain a full list of which Linux kernels and versions are supported, download the relevant file from the Sophos Website

Sophos only support kernels that are the default, vendor-supplied kernels for our supported distributions. To be fully supported the kernel must be on the above list – This applies to systems running Talpa, Fanotify, or no on-access scanning.

'Commercially reasonable efforts' support is provided for the use of Sophos Anti-Virus on unsupported platforms and kernels.

 

Sophos Anti-Virus for Unix

Supported Platforms and System Requirements

A summary of the supported platforms of Sophos Anti-Virus for UNIX can be found here:System requirements for SAV for UNIX

For a full list of supported platforms, including retirement dates and platforms reaching end of support, visit the software lifecycle page: Software lifecycle

System Requirements for all Sophos Products

 
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