I've been using Eset on Ubuntu for a couple of years as I download files for 2 offline windows PCs. Just went to Mint 14, installed the new version of NOD32 for Linux, and Mint won't boot. I had to forcibly remove the NOD32 files to get Mint to boot. Is this a problem with the new version of Eset, or is it a combination of Eset and Mint? I really want to check the files I download for the other computers. Right now, I can still get security for an XP laptop, but that might be going Linux in the near future, so I will want something. How do I get Eset to play nice with Mint 14?