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  1. I contacted the official support and got the solution now: edit /usr/share/applications/eset-esets_gui.desktop and change the line starting with exec to: Exec=/opt/eset/esets/lib/esets_clean.sh after that, the GUI works fine.
  2. I've installed Debian 10.5.0 on my Desktop Computer now also, exact same here. Not able to start any GUI. benjamin@pc01:/opt/eset/esets/bin$ ./esets_gui Anderer Prozess esets_gui wird bereits ausgeführt root@pc01:~# killall esets_gui root@pc01:~# exit Abgemeldet benjamin@pc01:/opt/eset/esets/bin$ ./esets_gui nothing more.
  3. Yes, you are right, if i start the gui via terminal again, it's telling me, that theres already a process running. I can kill the running process and start it again via terminal but nothing happens, also no terminal output, and i cant see any GUI. I'll try to reinstall the application again tomorrrow, feeback then.
  4. Same Problem Debian Buster 10.5.0 libappindicator1 installed, GUI not working anyway.
  5. Hello community, could anyone run eset nod32 with debian buster already? i get the following errors: Gtk-Message: 13:09:07.097: Failed to load module "canberra-gtk-module" No protocol specified (eset_nod32av_64bit_de.linux:5721): Gtk-WARNING **: 13:09:10.674: cannot open display: :0 think some kind of wayland problem? Any suggestions? Best regards, Benjamin
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