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Offline DLBarron

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How about what you've already developed for Linux?
« on: July 03, 2006, 02:28:57 PM »
Yes, I know it's probably not possible but it would be an interesting addition to your product line.  CPF, CAV etc for Linux.  Think of the possibilites!

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Re: How about what you've already developed for Linux?
« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2006, 02:36:29 PM »
Yes, I know it's probably not possible but it would be an interesting addition to your product line.  CPF, CAV etc for Linux.  Think of the possibilites!



checkout www.trustix.org :-)

We already have a linux based firewall :-) and other infrastructure solutions like ZTL :-)

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Re: How about what you've already developed for Linux?
« Reply #2 on: July 06, 2006, 10:57:18 AM »
Trustix looks good but I was hoping for something I could install on an existing Linux, like Arch or even LFS.


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Re: How about what you've already developed for Linux?
« Reply #3 on: July 06, 2006, 12:17:28 PM »
Trustix looks good but I was hoping for something I could install on an existing Linux, like Arch or even LFS.



u seen ZTL?

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Re: How about what you've already developed for Linux?
« Reply #4 on: July 07, 2006, 10:21:35 AM »
I've seen the web page.  It's a remote server management system, isn't it?

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Re: How about what you've already developed for Linux?
« Reply #5 on: July 07, 2006, 03:25:49 PM »
I've seen the web page.  It's a remote server management system, isn't it?

nooooo :-)

check this out   http://ztl.psoft.net/
"ability to install and configure Web, Mail, DNS,
Domain Controler, File Server, Printer Server as well as Database, DHCP, Proxy servers, Firewall servers"

Its everything you need to run your business! its your back office under one application!
its very powerful!

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Re: How about what you've already developed for Linux?
« Reply #6 on: July 08, 2006, 03:11:02 AM »
Well I'm sure it's a fine product but that's not what I'm looking for either.

Let me be more clear.  Right now I'm using Arch Linux and I don't have antivirus or a firewall.  It would be nice if I could use something like CPF and CAV on my Linux installation. 

I don't need an entirprise solution because it's my home computer, not a computer at work, and it is not a server, it's my desktop machine.  And it would be even better if it was free.

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Re: How about what you've already developed for Linux?
« Reply #7 on: July 08, 2006, 03:48:49 AM »
Well I'm sure it's a fine product but that's not what I'm looking for either.

Let me be more clear.  Right now I'm using Arch Linux and I don't have antivirus or a firewall.  It would be nice if I could use something like CPF and CAV on my Linux installation. 

I don't need an entirprise solution because it's my home computer, not a computer at work, and it is not a server, it's my desktop machine.  And it would be even better if it was free.

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try www.trustix.org and download the Trustix Enterprise firewall. You will need a seperate machine for it though. (so it might not fit your requirement.)..

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Re: How about what you've already developed for Linux?
« Reply #8 on: July 08, 2006, 04:28:19 AM »
Exactly my point.

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Re: How about what you've already developed for Linux?
« Reply #9 on: July 08, 2006, 09:18:13 AM »
Is it possible to build a consumer free firewall for Linux that regular consumers can use on their workstations?

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Re: How about what you've already developed for Linux?
« Reply #10 on: July 12, 2006, 11:37:40 AM »
debian / fedora core comes w/ a firewall and I think grisoft makes a free linux AV
you could go that route DLBarron there may be others... did you check source forge or linux dot net or org you could also check the debian web site as well as gnu and or kde sites
all ya gotta do is a (linux) google and I'm sure you'll find something for free ASAP...
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Re: How about what you've already developed for Linux?
« Reply #11 on: July 12, 2006, 01:09:49 PM »
Hi,

As I am sure that there are free products for linux provided by other companies I was just saying that it would be great if Comodo could make one for Linux.

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Re: How about what you've already developed for Linux?
« Reply #12 on: July 12, 2006, 03:03:00 PM »
Hi,

As I am sure that there are free products for linux provided by other companies I was just saying that it would be great if Comodo could make one for Linux.

I agree, one thing I don't like is when you have to choose programs that you don't really want simply because of what OS, Browser, etc... you decided to purchase/use. It will always be that way and I accept it, I just don't like it. But either way, I am running XP so I can use it...Hooray for me...    ::)

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Re: How about what you've already developed for Linux?
« Reply #13 on: July 12, 2006, 05:50:21 PM »
I agree, one thing I don't like is when you have to choose programs that you don't really want simply because of what OS, Browser, etc... you decided to purchase/use. It will always be that way and I accept it, I just don't like it. But either way, I am running XP so I can use it...Hooray for me...    ::)

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As am I but I am dual booting Kubuntu Linux for Malware Research reasons, and will most likely completely switch to Linux in the next few years. My computer can handle Windows Vista but I am just not sure if I want to buy another version of Windows, XP works fine for me and I haven't found a huge reason to upgrade from XP to Vista, Microsoft says that Vista will be more secure and the safest version of Windows yet, but they also said that with XP, and I am sure Vista will be the safest version yet, but everything from Microsoft has always been unsecure and I expect Vista will be also. If the only reason I should upgrade is because of security then I won't. With programs like Comodo Antivirus Spyware, and Comodo Personal Firewall, I should be safe as long as Comodo supports Windows XP. But all that is  just my opinion.

~Justin
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Re: How about what you've already developed for Linux?
« Reply #14 on: July 12, 2006, 08:11:36 PM »
As am I but I am dual booting Kubuntu Linux for Malware Research reasons, and will most likely completely switch to Linux in the next few years. My computer can handle Windows Vista but I am just not sure if I want to buy another version of Windows, XP works fine for me and I haven't found a huge reason to upgrade from XP to Vista, Microsoft says that Vista will be more secure and the safest version of Windows yet, but they also said that with XP, and I am sure Vista will be the safest version yet, but everything from Microsoft has always been unsecure and I expect Vista will be also. If the only reason I should upgrade is because of security then I won't. With programs like Comodo Antivirus Spyware, and Comodo Personal Firewall, I should be safe as long as Comodo supports Windows XP. But all that is  just my opinion.

~Justin

I am not going to buy another version of Windows until there is enough support for the 64-bit side of it. I installed the trial of XP Pro x64 and wasn't impressed at all, in fact that first time i did it I couldn;t even get online because of the poor driver support. Also, If anything is slowed my typical 32 bit apps down.

Switching to Linux has crossed my mind and becomes more appealing as the support grows. I read up on Kubuntu after Melih posted about you liking it so miuch. I may install it or another version on the PC I use for testing.

Comodo definitely makes XP that much more attractive, but it would be nice to be able to run it either way.

 

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