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Running mandrake 10.1, download an antivirus, want to install it. How? I have the correct .rpm on my desktop, but when i double click it, *success it installed* (something like ...
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- 02-12-2006 #1
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- Feb 2006
You've probably heard this one before...
Running mandrake 10.1, download an antivirus, want to install it.
I have the correct .rpm on my desktop, but when i double click it, *success it installed* (something like that) appears, but I don't see the software anywhere on my pc!
Please help, I realise you will have heard this before but I can't seem to find an answer.
NO I DO NOT want to install the software from a CD
NEITHER do i want to install it from some set source
- 02-12-2006 #2
whats the name of antivirus, you could execute this command to see if it installed:
rpm -qa | grep name_of_antivirusLife is complex, it has a real part and an imaginary part.
- 02-13-2006 #3
this could help you found out it's hiding :P
apropos <program name or topic>
Give me the list of the commands that have something to to do with my topic. Emulates man -k
whereis <program name>
to find a program. It give an output such as kate: /opt/kde3/bin/kate
man <program name or command>
Gives you the manual pages for a program.
- 02-13-2006 #4
Have you tried executing it from the command line? Some programs do not get added to your menus and depend on you executing them from the command line.
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- 02-13-2006 #5
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- Feb 2006
o_O ok, thanks how would I run a command line promt?
Sorry, I realise all these are idiot level questions.
- 02-14-2006 #6
Look for an icon in your taskbar which looks like a tv screen, that is a shortcut to the terminal. Otherwise look in your start menu equivalent and hunt around under the System tab for terminal.
Hey, don't worry about asking stupid questions, it is the only way anyone can learn.Life is complex, it has a real part and an imaginary part.