Installation of F-prot
eohls at welho.com
Thu Oct 13 19:39:33 BST 2005
torsdagen den 13 oktober 2005 14:35 skrev C. Beamer:
> >On Tue, 11 Oct 2005 16:45:22 +0100, Jack Eyton-Jones
> > <jack.eytonjones at btopenworld.com> wrote:
> >Dear Sir,
> >I have downloaded the rpm file fp-linux-ws.rpm and clicked on the software
> >Installation and it installed OK. Trouble is where do I find the program
> > file to run the Antivirus scan? I tried typing f-prot in the Run command
> > but noth ing happened. I may add that I am an absolute beginner to Linux
> > and I find executing the proper commands very complicated.
> >I would appreciate your help.
> I'm not sure what distro you are using except that it's rpm-based. I no
> longer use an rpm-based distro. However, on my system (Gentoo) and I'm
> pretty sure it was the same in Fedora Core when I used that, f-prot was
> installed in /opt.
The original FRISK rpms install everything exept the man-pages
in /usr/local/f-prot. They also create a link in /usr/local/bin to the
executable script f-prot.sh which starts the binary f-prot -- which means
that if /usr/local/bin is in the path the user doesn't have to bother about
> The executable is in /opt/f-prot/ If this is the
> case on your system, you can either make sure that the /opt is in your
> path or you can do what I did a create a symbolic link to the executable.
> On my system, I changed directory to usr/bin, then typed:
> ln -s /opt/f-prot/f-prot
> You have to do this as root, of course.
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