avast home edition for linux(ubuntu 6.10)64 bit system

Munip Ober elektronik_9 at yahoo.com
Wed May 2 10:28:01 UTC 2007

Thanks for your fast answer. I tried that way but the problem is "i386" term.
  it wants the term "amd64",and stops. I changed the file name to "avast4workstation_1.0.8-2_amd64.deb". But I think there is a extra control in ".deb". it stopped again.
  Thanks for helping.
Greg Helton <gt at fallendusk.org> wrote:
  Looking at the avast website, they have a deb available.

Just download that and `sudo dpkg -i avast4workstation_1.0.8-2_i386.deb`
from a CLI in the directory you downloaded or double click the deb from
your file manager :)

On Wed, 2007-05-02 at 01:24 -0700, Munip Ober wrote:
> Hello
> I have installed avast4workstation-1.0.8.tar.gz.
> I did it according to "install file" like following way.
> "No installation is required, files in the bin/ can be run
> directly after
> unpacking the .tar.gz archive. If you would like to integrate
> avast! into 
> your KDE or GNOME desktop"
> But there is a problem. It's not working.
> if you use this antivirus program, could you send a list about
> files? Which files where is in the file folder system?
> Thanks in advance
> Munip
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