AbdRahim wrote:Bit Defender works in Ubuntu, but crashes in Mint 14. None of the fixes worked here.
eanfrid wrote:Very true. I didn't make it clear the first time: the purpose of an antivirus on a Linux machine is not to protect this machine. Any antivirus on your Linux machine is only useful to prevent the transmission of some well-known virus-like threats to Windows machines. Antivirus software works like a medieval armor: it will not protect from carelessness, deception, treachery and poison.
Comodo makes a free antivirus scanner for linux distros.
After downloading and installing it, run sudo run /opt/COMODO/post_setup.sh in the terminal.
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