**RESOLVED**Re: Is there virus removal software for Jaunty KDE**Thanks**
stevenvollom at sbcglobal.net
Mon Jun 15 19:49:44 UTC 2009
On Sunday 14 June 2009 04:02:25 am Brian Norman Wootton wrote:
> Martin Lefarge wrote:
> Just do not think anymore about virus.
> You are using linux, and do not need to do it.
> Only your Window$ friend$ need to bother, then
> let them do, and run behind every new virus.
> During this time , just laugh at them !!!
> Presumably we will get adequate warning if the
> hackers turn their attentions to linux.
> More and more of my acquaintance seem to be
> getting fed up with MS products, so it
> might happen. I do all my eBanking and
> ePurchasing, browsing on my Kubuntu workstation
> exclusively now.
> All I use Vista for is photo printing, I can do
> this using Kubuntu but it is fiddly.
> BTW Kaspersky do a full protection package for
> a Ubuntu workstation but only for 32 bit platform
> so far.
Thanks Brian. I am giving up on virus. Those who are the brightest all agree
that it is not a virus. Now that they are actively involved, I don't want
virus concerns to detract from fixing the problem. It was just my thoughts
prior to getting help. I didn't understand and no one yet explained why, so
it was hard to give up the thought.
My router hasn't been used for the purpose it was made for a long time.
Concensus is that it is a router configuration problem. Sounds reasonable to
me, because although I have been using it to connect two computers to the
Internet, it hasn't functioned as intended.
Anyway now that I am getting expert help, as the door closes on possibilities,
I suppose if it turned out to be a virus, we would get to that eventually
I have never protected my computer agains virus anyway, because I did not
think it possible with Linux. I wish I hadn't gotten the idea now though. It
has diverted the talent from the problem.
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