Available for Windows or UNIX.
Avira AntiVir Personal asks for the following minimum system requirements on your
• i386 (Linux) or Sparc (SunOS) processor;
• 100 MB free hard disk space;
• 20 MB temporary disk space
• 192 MB (512 MB on SunOS) free memory space;
• Linux with glibc; SunOS.
You need sufficient disk space on your hard drive to save the
temporary guard files. We therefore recommend that there are at
least 4GB available for the temporary directory
Officially supported distributions for Avira AntiVir Personal:
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Desktop
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 Desktop
- Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 - 10.2
- Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 9
- Debian GNU/Linux 4 (stable)
- Ubuntu Desktop Edition 8
- Sun Solaris 9 (SPARC)
- Sun Solaris 10 (SPARC)
2.5 Technical Information
AntiVir Guard is based on DazukoFS (http://www.dazuko.org), an open source software
project. DazukoFS is a kernel module which allows the AntiVir Guard daemon to access
chironti wrote:Avira antivirus has found two viruses on my computer...? ... and it has put them on quarantine. Do I need to do something else? Is my computer safe? Why did avira put them on quarantine? Would it not be better/safer for avira to delete the files? Thanks!!!
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