Anti-virus for Linux + rant

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Anti-virus for Linux + rant

Postby JuanPC on Sun Dec 29, 2013 1:41 am

My W!nd0ws Conspiracy Therory is developing/expanding/a live & kicking.

I started to notice strange th!ngs "the M.S.Conspiracy" when i was at the W!ne Forums,
since version 1.3.24 started to notice strange backward steps in popular Open Source projects, "improvements", suddently removing features & releasing a new version was more important than solving bugs or filling holes in the code.

upgrading to Ubuntu 12.xx was a nightmare for many,
Nvidia fighting with Linux i heard somewhere.
Intel not developing drivers for "old" Pentium4 Boards with on-board AudioVideo&Lan, (or you stick with XP SP3, or you buy a new soundcard, Remastersys AVLinux worked OK.)

"The B!g Company" is hiring people to sabotage Open Source,. "there can only be 1 God. & not a free one"
I like 7 & X.P. but not like that. jajajajajaja
"if you hit someone in their wallet, you will gain serious enemies."
Free is the Enemy of Pay.
Free better than Pay jajajajajajajaja

i just found out about AVLinux forum is gone... KXStudio gone,
i wanted to suggest: to include in the next release all Linux Free AntiVirus&Anti-Malware available...

since AVlinux was not an Open OPEN source, the only way to kill it, is to piss the developer jajajajajajaja
M.S, tactics are getting smarter every day. :)

this i wanted to share:
viewtopic.php?f=61&t=132522 ... -programs/ ... 2_i386.deb ... 43586.html


Bitdefender ... nices.html

sudo apt-get install clamav clamav-daemon clamav-freshclam
sudo apt-get install clamtk
sudo freshclam



F-PROT for Linux
Last edited by xenopeek on Sun Dec 29, 2013 4:55 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: Anti-virus for Linux + rant

Postby FreedomOfTheOpenCode on Sun Dec 29, 2013 7:46 am

Ars Technica has an interesting article about closed source creep and restricting open source: ... necessary/

I guess it's stating the obvious to say that a business will embrace open source only as far as it can benefit from it, but the "lock-in" business model is for losers in the long term.
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