Is there virus removal software for Jaunty KDE
mlsoftlaberge at gmail.com
Mon Jun 15 01:44:29 UTC 2009
On Sunday 14 June 2009 12:04:28 Steven Vollom wrote:
> On Saturday 13 June 2009 10:09:10 pm Martin Laberge wrote:
> > On Saturday 13 June 2009 21:35:58 Richard S. Crawford wrote:
> > > If you're
> > > using your Linux computer as a mail server, then you definitely need a
> > > virus detector like ClamAV to detect and eliminate viruses before they
> > > make their way to the mailbox of someone using Windows.
> > You cant help a Windows user. He/She will always catch something,
> > and you will lose your time to correct an uncorrectable mistake.
> > Use linux, I will help you, Use win and ask someone else for help.
> > --
> > Martin Laberge
> > mlsoftlaberge at gmail.com
> > mlsoftlaberge at hotmail.com
> > mlsoft at videotron.ca
> > Tel:(418)521-6823
> > Cell:(418)575-2945
> > *** 30 Years of Unix Admin, and still learning... **
> I don't use anything but Kubuntu Jaunty right now and have 2 of my 3 computers
> down right now. The problem may have been in the computer too long. There
> were a progressive several changes until I can boot up now, but I cannot get
> anything Internet related to function anymore.
> I have repeated the story to so many that you probably already know how the
> virus worked, so now the problem is to get virus removal software into the
> computer somehow,. Since package managers and the shell require internet
> connection to download and install applications that has been lost in the
> offended computer. I suspect I am wrong about that, but perhaps not. If I
> download a virus application to the laptop, I believe I need to have an
> executable package so that I can put it on a thumb drive or CD to install it
> in the other computer. I never learned to install tar balls and have only
> heard about them, but unless they are executable, how do I open them.
> My daughter's computer and several family computers are Microsoft computer, so
> that must be why I haven't heard from them recently. I probably sent it to
> them. I haven't researched what the bug may be, because everyone but me is
> convinced I don't have one, and I am usually the one who is wrong in cases
> like this. Anyway, what should I do, Martin? By the way, when looking for
> Virus software for kubuntu Jaunty, I came up with Klamov on one case. Does it
> make a difference whether it is for gnome or kubuntu?
You DONT have a virus on your Linux (Jaunty) computer.
This is a fact. Forget about virus in Linux.
Now, you have dificulty with internet connection,
then correct the internet connection parameters,
and you will be on the road.
JUST FORGET ABOUT THIS VIRUS THING. YOU DONT HAVE ONE.
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