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Re: [vox-tech] New Distrobutions Virus Alert
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Re: [vox-tech] New Distrobutions Virus Alert

I have not until now had to even consider if I needed it on or not. I only use 
LINUX at home so Windows never comes into the equation. IF I don't need it 
then I will remove it, just wanted to see if anyone has seen this before. I 
will check google (I should have done that sooner).

Rusty Minden CCNA

On Tuesday 30 April 2002 03:39 pm, Rod Roark wrote:
> When are you getting the virus alert -- at install
> time, or on every boot, or some other time?
> Many bioses will optionally alert you if anything writes
> to the boot sector (as lilo will do).  I suppose it's a
> good idea if you ever boot Windows.
> -- Rod
>    http://www.sunsetsystems.com/
> On Tuesday 30 April 2002 15:25, Rusty Minden wrote:
> > I have tested the new
> > Mandrake 8.2 (Download Version)
> > SuSE 8.0 Professional
> > Debian SID (ftp download from ftp.Debian.org)
> > They all have a problem with my Mother board. I get a virus detected
> > alert and have to bypass it (if I dare) to get it to load. I first
> > saw it with Sid and figured it was a bad download. Then with
> > Mandrake I started to wonder, but with SuSE 8.0 I have to ask what
> > are they doing different. I will have too disable the virus
> > detection on the bios I suppose, but do I really want to do this? I
> > have a FIC 1st Mainboard AZ11E with an Athlon 900 chip and 1 GB of
> > SDRAM. Any suggestions?
> >
> > Rusty Minden CCNA :-)
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