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QtFprot

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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  •  05 Jan 2005 15:11

    Release Notes: A compilation error with Mandrake and gcc 3.3.5 was fixed. Some issues related to the scan-path were fixed.

    •  15 Feb 2004 05:06

      Release Notes: This version now works with KDE 3.2 and QT 3.2.3.

      •  11 Aug 2003 12:32

        Release Notes: Notice of the GPL was added to the code. A 'report log' feature was added.

        •  25 Jun 2003 08:04

          Release Notes: xterm is no longer required. konsole is now as a KPart. Root privileges are no longer necessary for updating definitions, and all commands are executed in the 'embedded' konsole.

          •  23 Jun 2003 14:47

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

            Recent comments

            06 Feb 2006 21:20 Culpeper

            Re: GTK2 version?

            > Hi Mikhail,

            >

            > I'm very sorry to tell you that I'm not

            > planing to write a GTK2 Version of it.

            > Unfortunately I don't even have the time

            > to finish the next version of QtFprot at

            > the moment.

            >

            > regards,

            >

            > Christian

            >



            Christian:

            What are you foreseeable plans for Qtfprot?

            14 Dec 2005 06:24 koromar

            Re: GTK2 version?
            Hi Mikhail,

            I'm very sorry to tell you that I'm not planing to write a GTK2 Version of it. Unfortunately I don't even have the time to finish the next version of QtFprot at the moment.

            regards,

            Christian

            21 Oct 2005 07:33 mlevin

            GTK2 version?
            Hello,

            This project looks much as the one I am looking for! But I use Gnome and am wondering, if you plan to port the QT version into GTK2 one? Because, you see, that is the front-end, not much of the logic to change, and having the same functionality and similar look for qtfprot and, say, gfprot, would be very cool!

            Thanks,

            Mikhail

            30 Jul 2005 00:59 pupussecats

            qtfprot
            excellent front end for f-prot antivirus.Very easy to use.

            Just a suggestion : a " -list" option ( to see scanned files)would be usefull on future version of QTFPROT.

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