In my opinion, running any anti virus, with the current state of the Linux world, is a waste of resources. The only reason I can think of for doing so is to help protect your fellow Windows users.
I do recommend you run your firewall, iptables, properly configured. You can use either Firestarter, (Gnome), or Guarddog, (KDE), to configure it to your needs.
rmuccioli wrote:This works...
Rught Click on Elyssa -> edit menu" To launch the menu editor.
Find the AVG entry in Accessories. Right click its entry and select Properties.
In the "Command" box add gksudo to the beginning (ie. make it look like this "gksudo avggui")
Click on close for the AVG option then the same for the menu.
You will be now prompted for your password when necessary as AVG will only run with your password being supplied
And it works.....
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