Avast antivirus for linux
cacsar at gmail.com
Wed Apr 23 05:25:06 UTC 2008
If a copy of the EULA was available it would be easier to send an
informed response. As a guess I would predict that at best Avast or
fprot could be in the multiverse section, but even this seems
questionable. A brief perusal of the websites of these products does not
seem to imply that redistribution is permitted.
In any event it could not be included prior to Ibex given the time to
Matthias Andersson wrote:
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> Mario Vukelic wrote:
>> On Tue, 2008-04-22 at 14:30 -0700, David Vincent wrote:
>>> BZZZT! WRONG!
> Agreed. When I started this thread I didn't mean to have it spin out of
> control like this and one of my key questions still remains unanswered -
> is it possible to add avast (or fprot) to the repositories even if the
> user is then required to fetch a license-key from the developers
> homepage (avast).
> Let's not forget that in network enviroment there's always going to be a
> need for protection against viruses and if you have a linux box
> securing the network for the windows machines then all the better.
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