Testers needed for NOD32 v2.12.2 Bart PE plugin

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by rumpstah, Sep 23, 2004.

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  1. rumpstah

    rumpstah Registered Member

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    Anyone interested in Beta testing a Bart PE plugin for NOD32 v2.12.2 PM me.
     
  2. Blackspear

    Blackspear Global Moderator

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    Ok Rumpstah, I'm stuck already. Where do I copy all the files to? Into the same directory: Barts PE> Plugins> Nod32 ? or do I need to create seperate directories under Nod32, one called System, another called Program? as each of the files being copied are from various directories, some Windows, others Program Files> Eset

    Cheers :D
     

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  3. rumpstah

    rumpstah Registered Member

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    Yes, it can be confusing.

    The "files to copy.txt" lists the files that need to be copied to the
    \files directory: (copy all these files to the \files directory that is already under nod32) i.e. c:\pebuilder3032\plugin\nod32\files\

    No dumping of the ESET directory was made for this one. I used a plugin builder that grabbed the files for me (and threw it where it wanted).

    amon.sys
    dmon.dll
    eset.chm
    imon.dll
    nod.ovl
    nod32.000
    nod32.002
    nod32.003
    nod32.004
    nod32.chm
    nod32.exe
    nod32.log
    nod32api.dll
    nod32aui.dll
    nod32krn.exe
    nod32kui.chm
    nod32kui.exe
    nodshex.dll
    ps_amon.dll
    ps_dmon.dll
    ps_nms.dll
    ps_nod32.dll
    ps_upd.dll
    pu_amon.chm
    pu_amon.dll
    pu_dmon.chm
    pu_dmon.dll
    pu_imon.chm
    pu_imon.dll
    pu_nms.chm
    pu_nms.dll
    pu_nod32.dll
    pu_upd.chm
    pu_upd.dll
    readme.txt
    sporder.dll
     
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  4. Blackspear

    Blackspear Global Moderator

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    Just an update. We are getting closer, Rumpstah will be pleased when we have conquered it ;) 4 hours of his help today...

    Cheers :D
     
  5. drak0

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    Any updateso_O I'm VERY interested in trying this out :)
     
  6. rumpstah

    rumpstah Registered Member

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    There are 6 satisfied users thus far (unless you are Blackspear ;) )

     
  7. Blackspear

    Blackspear Global Moderator

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    ROFLMAO, yup, have a tech here with no hair whatsoever ;)

    :D :cool: :D :cool: :D
     
  8. rumpstah

    rumpstah Registered Member

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    In testing by people new to Bart PE it was found that Sherpya's RegExpander was needed. I thought everyone used it. ;)

    Thanks to drak0 it has been added to the html file.

     
  9. Q Section

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    Question -

    Until this recent advance was the problem of having a useable and portable av scan because a cd was not dynamically writeable meaning one could not write to the disk during the scan? If this is the case (or if not) what was (or is) preventing having a portable av scanner using a flash drive?

    Thank you.
     
  10. rumpstah

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    Hi Q Section:

    A flash drive would be nice if most of the older systems supported booting from them (and it was large enough). For multi-system use a CD would be preferable.

    Q: Can BartPE boot from USB flash drives (UFD)?
    A: Maybe. Does your BIOS supports booting from UFD as if it is a harddisk? The Windows XP FAT bootsector code does not behave correct when booting from UFD. Bart already "fixed" it.

    A1: Yes, it does work.

    I hope this answers your question.

     
  11. drak0

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    yea, is there anything else everyone uses I should know abouto_O :)

    thanks for the great plugin, I'm going to give it a real life test tomorrow...
     
  12. fredra

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    Am I way behind the loop or what...LOL :eek:
    Is there any instructions on this procedure?
    -what to d/l?
    -What files to copy (from) and to what location?
    -What folder(s) should be burned to CD?
    This is NOT to offend anyone (just me :oops: dummy), so I am asking, don't hit too hard...lol :D
    Cheers :)
     
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