Help installing Antivir on Ubuntu

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by aigle, Oct 23, 2007.

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  1. aigle

    aigle Registered Member

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    I am trying to install real time Antivir module on Ubuntu 7.10.

    I followed this tutorial.

    http://allyourtech.com/content/arti...r_with_on_access_scanning_in_ubuntu_linux.php

    I have a problem, when I give the command

    After some time I get the message as shown in the pic. Not sure what i should do?

    Currently I have just installed Antivir but I am trying to get it work in real time.

    Thanks for any help.
     

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    On-demand Module.
     

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    Thanks but I have deb package acoding to that article.
     
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    What is the log saying is the problem?
     
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    │ dh_clean
    │ /bin/sh: dpkg-parsechangelog: not found
    │ /bin/sh: dpkg-parsechangelog: not found
    │ /usr/bin/make -f debian/rules kdist_clean kdist_config binary-modules
    │ /bin/sh: dpkg-parsechangelog: not found
    │ /bin/sh: dpkg-parsechangelog: not found
    │ make[1]: Entering directory `/usr/src/modules/dazuko'
    │ dh_clean
    │ make[1]: dh_clean: Command not found
    │ make[1]: *** [clean] Error 127
    │ make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/modules/dazuko'
    │ make: *** [kdist_build] Error 2
     
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    Thanks. ATM I am in Windows. Will check it later when I boot into linux.
     
  9. xandros

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    u have linux system , so dont worry about viruses
    no need antivirus for linux
    linux very strong system and very good
    i dont use linux coz im using paltalk and its not working on linux
     
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    I am not worrying but just wanted to see it running on my box.
    No AS, No HIPS. NO Sandbox, No Behav blocker. Atleast I want to run an AV.:D
     
  11. Trespasser

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    I personally loved running Linux (mainly Ubuntu but also many other distros) for the two years that I did. A very secure OS. When I first switched over to Linux I must admit I went into withdrawal thinking that I needed at least an antivirus but I soon learned that an antivirus program is only needed for the protection of others that you might send an infected file to. Over all a very pleasant experience. I will probably switch back to Ubuntu after my wife gets tired of these new Vista versions of Solitaire and Spider Solitaire. :).

    Have a good day.

    Later.
     
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