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During the initial installation from the repository, the components will be automatically updated from it (provided that automatic updating is allowed and the station has access to it).
If the installation was performed from the universal .run package, the ability to get automatic updates from the repository depends on the specifics of the user's operating system. In this case, updating from Dr.Web Server actually means installing a new .run package over the existing one. The Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite repository and the repository https://repo.drweb.com, to which the package manager is connected, are different objects with different content.
If a product installed using the .run package is not updated automatically
In this case, the zypper package manager (included in the installed Dr.Web anti-virus for Linux package) should be used to perform a manual update. If this method is not suitable for some reason, you should apply the update commands of the package manager used in your OS.
Updating using zypper, included in the product in Linux distributions, is performed by the following commands:
# /opt/drweb.com/bin/zypper refresh
# /opt/drweb.com/bin/zypper update
# /usr/local/libexec/drweb.com/bin/zypper refresh
# /usr/local/libexec/drweb.com/bin/zypper update
At the same time, repo.drweb.com should be available from the station where the updating process is launched.
Details and examples of commands can be found in the official documentation.