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Hey guys i have cpio the both packages installed.

Also have selected ''Allow this file to run as program'',but doesnt show the intaller window.
What to do ?

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16 hours ago, Kostadin said:

Hey guys i have cpio the both packages installed.

Also have selected ''Allow this file to run as program'',but doesnt show the intaller window.
What to do ?

Did you CHMOD +x the downloaded file ?

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6 hours ago, Kostadin said:

How to do that ?

Thanks for your fast reply :)

You are welcome ,

Open Terminal and navigate to the folder that contains the installer , mostly if you right click in the folder you have the option to open the folder in Terminal

You need to type ,

chmod +x eset_nod32av_64bit_en.linux

And then :

./eset_nod32av_64bit_en.linux

Then you will be prompted to put a password for sudo , mostly you will be denied the installation because you lack 2 files from the library , I  just can't recall their names , you can just google them and download them to your linux , and then you can proceed with the installation

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12 hours ago, Rami said:

You are welcome ,

Open Terminal and navigate to the folder that contains the installer , mostly if you right click in the folder you have the option to open the folder in Terminal

You need to type ,

chmod +x eset_nod32av_64bit_en.linux 

And then :

./eset_nod32av_64bit_en.linux 

Then you will be prompted to put a password for sudo , mostly you will be denied the installation because you lack 2 files from the library , I  just can't recall their names , you can just google them and download them to your linux , and then you can proceed with the installation

I done that,but the program still no launch.

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24 minutes ago, Kostadin said:

I done that,but the program still no launch.

What happens after the second command ?

Can you take a screenshot of the Terminal after you insert the two commands?

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2 hours ago, Rami said:

Weird , it doesn't happen to me here , what kind of GUI do you use for your Linux ?

Im using Manjaro 18.0 XFCE with XFCE DE enviroment.

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1 minute ago, Kostadin said:

Im using Manjaro 18.0 XFCE with XFCE DE enviroment.

Could you please try to download MATE Gui ? , And you are not using SSH to your machine right?

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2 hours ago, Rami said:

Could you please try to download MATE Gui ? , And you are not using SSH to your machine right?

found topic with problem same with mine  :

 

 

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It seems to be some kind of a compatibility issue with ESET and Manjaro  , I would wait for ESET Staff to reply about this , they will know more than me.

I don't think it will make difference to install the missing libs , because if the installer opened correctly , it will ask you for the missing libs , so you could download them and re launch the installer.

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On 7/25/2019 at 3:15 PM, Rami said:

It seems to be some kind of a compatibility issue with ESET and Manjaro  , I would wait for ESET Staff to reply about this , they will know more than me.

I don't think it will make difference to install the missing libs , because if the installer opened correctly , it will ask you for the missing libs , so you could download them and re launch the installer.

I will check the topic every day.

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22 hours ago, Kostadin said:

Still waiting :P

Sadly ESET doesn't give priority that much to the Linux version because it's not used as the Windows version :(

Have you ever tried to switch to Ubuntu ? even though that Manjaro is based on ArchLinux and ArchLinux is based on Debian which is what Ubuntu is based on ,

But it seems that ESET doesn't support ArchLinux/Manjaro.

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On 7/28/2019 at 10:06 AM, Rami said:

Sadly ESET doesn't give priority that much to the Linux version because it's not used as the Windows version :(

Have you ever tried to switch to Ubuntu ? even though that Manjaro is based on ArchLinux and ArchLinux is based on Debian which is what Ubuntu is based on ,

But it seems that ESET doesn't support ArchLinux/Manjaro.

Nope i have used it before,Eset  support manjaro.Dont know whats wrong now.

The only requirement for linux is only kernel 2.6.x and later. And must run at all unix/debian linux's etc.

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8 hours ago, Kostadin said:

Nope i have used it before,Eset  support manjaro.Dont know whats wrong now.

The only requirement for linux is only kernel 2.6.x and later. And must run at all unix/debian linux's etc.

Do you connect to your machine using SSH ?

Do you have multiple monitors?

These questions might be non-sense , but I am trying to figure out why the installer can't find the display

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9 minutes ago, Rami said:

Do you connect to your machine using SSH ?

Do you have multiple monitors?

These questions might be non-sense , but I am trying to figure out why the installer can't find the display

Both nope.

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6 minutes ago, Kostadin said:

Both nope.

Searching in Google the error message will give you a lot about SSH and something called xhost

Try to see here : https://www.ckode.dk/linux/gtk-warning-cannot-open-display-0/

Copied from the website :

 

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Gtk-WARNING: cannot open display 0

08/07/2018

If you’re seeing this error, you’re probably trying to start a GTK application as root and having no luck doing so.

I first noticed it when trying to run gparted from a terminal using sudo.

The problem is the root user not having access to the X server. And the fix is really simple, just run this command:

xhost +local:

Which will grant all local connections access to the X server until the next reboot.

Hope this helps you

 

Update me if that fixes anything for you .

1 - xhost +local:

2 - chmod +x (if not already changed)

3-  ./eset_nod32av_64bit_en.linux 

If 3 failed , try it with sudo before.

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3 hours ago, Rami said:

Searching in Google the error message will give you a lot about SSH and something called xhost

Try to see here : https://www.ckode.dk/linux/gtk-warning-cannot-open-display-0/

Copied from the website :

 

Update me if that fixes anything for you .

1 - xhost +local: 

2 - chmod +x (if not already changed)

3-  ./eset_nod32av_64bit_en.linux 

If 3 failed , try it with sudo before.

xhost: command not found

 

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12 hours ago, Kostadin said:

xhost: command not found

 

well I am out of ideas and everything I search about in Google trying to find a solution for this mentions SSH connections , but in your case you are not using SSH at all , and I do believe the xhost command is SSH related also.

I guess there is nothing to do but wait for an ESET staff, I will tag Marcos and Peter maybe they could help you.

@Marcos

@Peter Randziak

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6 hours ago, Rami said:

well I am out of ideas and everything I search about in Google trying to find a solution for this mentions SSH connections , but in your case you are not using SSH at all , and I do believe the xhost command is SSH related also.

I guess there is nothing to do but wait for an ESET staff, I will tag Marcos and Peter maybe they could help you.

@Marcos

@Peter Randziak

FInally found how to do fix it.

I typed sudo su before both commands  :

chmod +x

./eset_nod32av_64bit_en.linux

And now i finally got it installed :P

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48 minutes ago, Kostadin said:

FInally found how to do fix it.

I typed sudo su before both commands  :

chmod +x

./eset_nod32av_64bit_en.linux

And now i finally got it installed :P

As far as I remember there is no need for sudo for chmod but for eset I think yes , if you don't put it , a display would be opened and asks you for the sudo password

I am glad you sorted it out.:)

EDIT : I think I understand the difference between Ubuntu installation and this one , this one prevented the opening of the display because there wasn't any sudo before the command , while in Ubuntu , A display is opened asking you for the sudo

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In some previous post we mentioned how to install ESET NOD32 Antivirus on Manjaro and make it properly working

Here you can find the information: 

 

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