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netsurfer38

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netsurfer38 last won the day on September 27 2015

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  1. For the sake of anyone doing searches for a solution to making the ESET NOD32 show the Unity panel icon in more recent distros such as Ubuntu 14.04, there are two straightforward solutions that I have found: 1. In Terminal run the following command (after installing ESET NOD32) - Reference hxxp://www.av-compar...nux_2015_en.pdf sudo apt-get install libappindicator1 OR 2. For those that prefer an option that fits in with the Unity Theme one can add a new AppIndicator called Indicator Systemtray Unity which adds a system tray to the Unity panel. A good howto can be found here hxxp:/
  2. For the sake of anyone doing searches for a solution to making the ESET NOD32 show the Unity panel icon in more recent distros such as Ubuntu 14.04, there are two straightforward solutions that I have found: 1. In Terminal run the following command (after installing ESET NOD32) - Reference hxxp://www.av-comparatives.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/avc_linux_2015_en.pdf sudo apt-get install libappindicator1 OR 2. For those that prefer an option that fits in with the Unity Theme one can add a new AppIndicator called Indicator Systemtray Unity which adds a system tray to the Unity panel. A goo
  3. I have a MacBook Pro with 3 partitions that have Mac OS X, Ubuntu & Win 7 respectively. When doing a scan with ESET NOD32 it shows up some possible infections within the Windows partition but appears to give no options to deal with them. Do I need to enable read/write access to the Mac OS X & Windows partitions for ESET NOD32 to be able to eliminate/quarantine the infected files. In closing I do wish to say that I very much like the way ESET NOD32 integrates with the new Ubuntu Unity desktop
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