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post #21 of 33
AV for linux....what?
    
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post #22 of 33
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Originally Posted by coffeejunky View Post
Open terminal and type -
Code:
Sudo clamtk
Enter your password. Click 'Update Signatures'.

Thanks for the info, I does seem strange to have to go that way just to update?


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post #23 of 33
If you want to do it more easily, create a laucher, or edit the menu, and make the command 'gksudo clamtk'. This'll bring up a graphical launcher, so you don't have to use a terminal.
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post #24 of 33
AVG has a av for ubuntu link
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post #25 of 33
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Originally Posted by buster2010 View Post
AVG has a av for ubuntu link
wow nice find!

Edit: HAHA i just started downloading this for my laptop, realised i was on vista on a differnet pc. Doh!
post #26 of 33
Obviously the IT guys who work for your university are living in a Windows world. There is no need for AV on a Linux box.

And how exactly do they verify that a client machine has AV and a firewall before they give you access?
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post #27 of 33
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Originally Posted by thiussat View Post
Obviously the IT guys who work for your university are living in a Windows world. There is no need for AV on a Linux box.

And how exactly do they verify that a client machine has AV and a firewall before they give you access?
They ask to have a poke around on your machine from what he has said. Seems weird to me...At my uni, just connect and go - they couldn't care a less. Perhaps he needs AV to stop him sending virii to other PCs in the network, because if he runs linux he must be some kind of l33t h4x0r.
post #28 of 33
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Originally Posted by coffeejunky View Post
They ask to have a poke around on your machine from what he has said. Seems weird to me...At my uni, just connect and go - they couldn't care a less. Perhaps he needs AV to stop him sending virii to other PCs in the network, because if he runs linux he must be some kind of l33t h4x0r.
yes yes, indeed.

The IT guy actually raised his eyebrows when i told him i had a linux laptop. You could practically see his interest int he matter rising.

Correction coffeejunky, super leet

I don't think they are living in a windows world, there are some disk less workstations that run some linux distro.
post #29 of 33
Yeah... Linux is it's own AV. Viruses aren't compatible with Linux! Lol.
    
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post #30 of 33
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viruses are code, so yeh they exist everywhere. Well, on computers. Not like you go to get your mail one day and there will be some malicious code in there.
What if you find in your mail box one day a print out of someones code for a virus, that would be a joke you could play on a geek you know.
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