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Antivirus Scan with F-Prot

   0.5  

KDE Service Menu

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Antivirus Scan with F-Prot
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  7487
Submitted:  Nov 13 2004
Updated:  Aug 13 2006

Description:

This is a simple servicemenu for konqueror that allows to scan single or multiple files and folders using the F-Prot Antivirus. It shows the result of the scanning in a textbox using kdialog. It can also show the progress of the scanning in a terminal.

I hope you may find it useful.
Comments or/and translations are welcome.

TO INSTALL: extract the content of the tarball and copy the file f-prot_virus_scan.desktop into ~/.kde/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus (just for your user) or in /usr/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus, /opt/kde/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus... etc, depending on your distro, to make it system-wide.
This is only the service-menu, you need to have F-Prot antivirus installed on your system.




Changelog:

13-Ago-2006
Added Danish translation by Kefeus

24-Sep-2005
Added Swedish translation by DigiHzData

18-Jan-2005
FIXED an important bug: till now it didn't show Kdialog message if a virus was detected, because in that case, f-prot return a non-zero value so the "&&" connector didn't work. Changed to ";"

If nobody has reported it, that's good! All of you are virus-aware. I've found it after installing Vir-dows XP (to give it a try) and yeap, my f-prot becomed very happy with it. Like a police-dog in a drug factory.

29-Dec-2004
French Translation by Habana. Merci!

27-Nov-2004
Italian right translation for new submenus. Thanks Mario.

22-Nov-2004 (v0.4)
Now servicemenu has a submenu with two options:
* Show results: like previous behaviour, it shows a textbox with the log of the F-Prot scanning. I've changed again the temp dir to /tmp/kde-user in the hope that it will work in certain systems it didn't.
* Show progress (in terminal): which actually executes F-Prot in a terminal with the "-l" option (it lists the files been scanned). It may be more usefull when scanning large directories or even full drives.

Thanks to Mario for Italian translation and Patrick for Deutsche (German) one. I've tried to guess translations for new submenus. If they hurt your eyes please tell me some correct ones.

20-Nov-2004
Now temporal file is allocated in /tmp/kde-user directory, as suggested.

13-Nov-2004
Servicemenu released




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 Screenshots

 
 by McLeod5000 on: Nov 26 2004
 
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Hi, how do you colorize the background of the opened windows in the bar at the bottom? I like it, but don't get how to do that.


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 Re: Screenshots

 
 by isma on: Nov 27 2004
 
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Hi. I'm using an improved taskbar (called Taskbar v2), you can find at http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=16261.
It allows you to have a transparent taskbar and also shows thumbnails for current apps. It's a great improvement, try it :D.


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 Re: Re: Screenshots

 
 by McLeod5000 on: Nov 28 2004
 
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Wow! Thx! This is a nice improvement.


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 Italian Translation

 
 by ldonesty on: Nov 27 2004
 
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Hi isma.
A *possible* traslation for new menu items could be:

[Desktop Action virus_scan_easy]
Name=Show results
Name[es]=Ver resultados
Name[it]=Mostra i risultati


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 Italian Translation

 
 by ldonesty on: Nov 27 2004
 
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Hi isma.
A *possible* traslation for new menu items could be:

[Desktop Action virus_scan_easy]
Name=Show results
Name[es]=Ver resultados
Name[it]=Mostra i risultati


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 Re: Italian Translat

 
 by ldonesty on: Nov 27 2004
 
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Sorry,but I don't know why this post appears twice.
I mail you all translation I made.


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 Re: Re: Italian Tran

 
 by isma on: Nov 27 2004
 
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OK, really thanks, I've received your translation right and uploaded it.


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 How do I install?

 
 by ComradeTux on: Dec 16 2004
 
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I can't find any information on how to install this feature. Please help


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 Re: How do I install

 
 by isma on: Dec 16 2004
 
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OK, to install the service menu just extract the .desktop file that is inside the .tar.bz2 package and copy it to the /usr/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus(it may vary between different distributions, "locate servicemenus" could help). To do this you must have the right permissions (usually to be root) and it will install the servicemenu for all your system.
If you want to install it only for one user, copy it to ~/.kde/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus

This is only the servicemenu, so F-Prot Antivirus will have to be installed yet on your system. Download sites for F-Prot are mentioned in previous comments.


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 Thanks - works well

 
 by 4ebees on: Jan 2 2005
 
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Hi,
Thanks very much for the effort you have put in to this. It works very well. I like GUI's and bells-and-whistles (okay, I guess I've just outed myself as a Mandrake user :)

I like the simplicity and efficiency of this program.

Again, thanks for your work.


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 about the nice look

 
 by Gorgo25 on: Jan 19 2005
 
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Hi I really like your look, I read that you use taskbar v2, so that is fix. But how did you do the big fancy clock, and the wheather thing and the cpu-showing-thing?


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 superkaramba

 
 by isma on: Jan 21 2005
 
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Hi! I'm using that great app: "superkaramba" (http://netdragon.sourceforge.net).

All of those nice things on the desktop are themes for superkaramba. You can find lots (I really mean lots) of them in kde-look.org (maybe you are in kde-apps.org), under Karamba section or in superkaramba website. Themes I'm currently using (I can't live without them) are the following:

Liquid Weather ++
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=6384

TMon liquid/keramik
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=6977

Chrome Clock
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=12972


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