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antivirus software: anyone try f-prot for linux w/compat on openbsd?
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: antivirus software: anyone try f-prot for linux w/compat on openbsd?
- From: ppruett <ppruett_(_at_)_webengr_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Fri, 7 Dec 2001 20:08:12 +0000 (GMT)
The beta version of f-prot antivirus for linux is 'free'
I have the linux compat based up redhat 6.2 ports package
installed on an openbsd 3.0 and a generic kernel
(should do linux compat by default I think after looking
I did a download and tried it but got a core dump.
Unfortunately I have not had time to look at it closer,
and I have not played with linux compat. I use
openbsd as openbsd to do most all of my server needs...
except when I run into precompiled binaries ;-(
I saw some email activity asking about anti-virus
software and thought I'd mention it to the list...
but hesitate to pursue further unless other users
of openbsd are interested also...
(if someone does try it and it performs well with the linux
compat, let me know and maybe if enough interest it
could be could be setup as a port/package like mcafee...)
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