QtFprot
Security
Score 73%
Description:

QtFprot is a frontend for FPROT 4.x, a free (for personal use) Linux virus-scanner. It's similar to XFprot, but written in Qt. It allows you to set all FPROT paramters with a comfortable GUI.
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SuSE rpms available here:

http://www.acepoint.de/

(big thanks to Achim M.)
Last changelog:

13 years ago

bugfixes:

- compile error with mandrake and gcc 3.3.5

- fixed some issues related to the scan-path. (Thanks to Marc H.)

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bugfix: works now with KDE 3.2 + QT 3.2.3

linux3114a

10 years ago

qtfprot-0.2.1c-1.lotus.i586.rpm
at
http://home.scarlet.be/raoul.linux/lotus.html

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tekwyzrd

11 years ago

On my SuSE 10 with KDE 3.5.1 the default ./configure didn't work out. It installed to /usr/local

Thanks to the install instructions at
http://www.coffeecrew.org/projects/qtfprot/INSTALL
I had a starting point.

I had to use:

./configure --with-qt-includes=/usr/include/qt3/ --with-kde-dir=/usr/include/kde/ --with-qt-dir=/usr/lib/qt3 --prefix=/usr

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culpeper

12 years ago

Works good on Suse 10.0 using the package downloaded from http://www.acepoint.de/

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culpeper

12 years ago

Works good on Suse 10.0 using the package downloaded from http://www.acepoint.de/

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loony

12 years ago

Please make path to f-prot configurable since there are some distros where f-prot is not under /usr/local/f-prot. e.g. Gentoo Linux where f-prot is located in /opt/f-prot

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fprog26

12 years ago

I think it would look better and more efficient if actions / macro virus removal was on the top
and misc. options at the bottom.

such that they alight perfectly vertically with path to scan and scan options.



Just a though.

Sincerely yours,
Fred.

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fprog26

12 years ago

I added some screenshots of the interface,
see here:

http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=19676

Basically, everything should be aligned
horizontally and vertically to reduce visual noise.

Buttons should be align,
same width, same size, spaced equally.

The [...] buttons are not identical ?!

Sincerely yours,

Fred.

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BorgQueen

12 years ago

Excellent work.
Thank you very much indeed.

The Borg Queen

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4ebees

12 years ago

Hi,
This is very good! Before I ask for a feature, I'd like to say that I appreciate the work and effort that has gone into this. It makes using the AV program so much neater, simpler and efficient (I like GUIs :)

After sorting out the dependencies, it is working like a dream.

Now, can I ask for an option that lets you set up an automatic virus signature updater?

Info Re: my machine:
Mandrake 10.0 Official
Kernel 2.6.3.19
KDE 3.2
Nothing unusual - no kernel mods or anything of the like :)

Best regards.

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paulv

13 years ago

well i like what i see but cant compile it i keep geting this

checking for libz... configure: error: not found. Check your installation and look into config.log

how do i correct this is there a simpler way?

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sagnix

13 years ago

very good work, indeed. thank you very much, in particular for the rpm. running properly at all.
for newbies: take care that you have got the new kde release with the corresponding QT version, and there will be no trouble at all. Thanks and bye.

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hansalfredche

13 years ago

Which version of Qt is needed to compile this application? On Mandrake 9.2 it does not work (same error as the SuSE user). Seems that I have Qt 3.1.2 installed. Do I need Qt 3.2? KDE is 3.1.3.

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Kendo

13 years ago

This is impossible to compile with SuSe 9.0
Compiling allways ends up with "Qt... configure: error: Qt (>= Qt 3.1 (20021021)) (headers and libraries) not found. Please check your installation!
For more details about this problem, look at the end of config.log."
If someone has better luck with this. please let me know.

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zero

13 years ago

i had the same configure problems with KDE apps, with the same error when it checks for QT. i was pretty sure that i had a QT version that was higher than what was required. i checked the paths/dirs that the configure script uses to look for QT and KDE libs/headers and found out that it was not pointing to what i had in my system. so i just made some symlinks to the actual locations.

problem solved!

my case might be the same as what you have.

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mno

13 years ago

You can go to my webpage to get this program working. I have written a help file for this program.

http://forums.the-myos.net/index.php?showtopic=36

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13 years ago

bugfixes:

- compile error with mandrake and gcc 3.3.5

- fixed some issues related to the scan-path. (Thanks to Marc H.)

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bugfix: works now with KDE 3.2 + QT 3.2.3

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