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    Default Antivir requires libdazuko.so

    I am trying to install Antivir 3.1 on Linux 11.3 64-bit. However it is asking for a libdazuko.so. How do I find this?

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    Smile Re: Antivir requires libdazuko.so

    Based on the included file listings it is included in the 32 and 64 bit packages provided here:

    RPM Search OpenSuSE antivir-3.1.3.4.1-1.1.x86_64.rpm

    RPM Search OpenSuSE antivir-3.1.3.4.1-1.1.i586.rpm

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    Default Re: Antivir requires libdazuko.so

    I tried that RPM and it still gives me the same dependency issue with libdazuko.so.

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    Default Re: Antivir requires libdazuko.so

    Seems to be some kind of bug on 64-bit. It doesn't look like it ever got resolved.

    https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=633771

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    Default Re: Antivir requires libdazuko.so

    Can someone recommend a different lightweight antivirus app?

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    Smile Re: Antivir requires libdazuko.so

    Sorry to hear about the problem. I must say that while I always use an antivirus program in Windows, I have not had need of one for openSUSE. I feel that in general it is not required when using only Linux files for Linux. What is your concern that is causing you to look for a Linux antivirus program?

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    Default Re: Antivir requires libdazuko.so

    Well, I've heard that with Linux you don't need an antivirus program, however, I'm not buying that. I also installed chkrootkit. Basically I just want the most secure system as possible. And the best practice is probably not to run as root.

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    Default Re: Antivir requires libdazuko.so

    Anti virus will only protect windows users. ie if you download a file and pass it on to one of the many unfortunate.

    claim is most used in Linux

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    Default Re: Antivir requires libdazuko.so

    On 2011-02-19 04:06, imterpsfan2 wrote:
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    > Well, I've heard that with Linux you don't need an antivirus program,
    > however, I'm not buying that.


    You should. In fact, the antivir program you want to install is a windows
    antivirus program, running in linux. It does not search for linux viruses,
    because there are none to search for >:-P

    We use antivirus in linux to scan mail that is going to be passed to
    windows users, or to scan shared storage disks used by windows users via
    samba. We don't use it to protect linux, we use it to protect windows!

    Then, we no longer use libdazuko.so, that's why you can't find it. Just
    install the antivir package that comes with openSUSE, then upgrade it. You
    will see it doesn't require the dazuko module, at least it didn't in the
    11.2 I have.

    That kernel module was used to scan files on access on shared folders. The
    currently preferred method is that samba itself triggers the scan. I can't
    explain how to do that, as I don't have that requirement in my setup.

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    Default Απ: Antivir requires libdazuko.so

    Try to install it in terminal
    Code:
    su
    Code:
    # zypper install libdazuko.so.
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