genarel ?/

i was wondering 2 things 1st is ther a free anivirus program that you dont have to use the comand line with avalible for linux 2nd i downloaded and instaled netscape navigator 7.1 but the only way i can use it is by going to usr/lib netscape why and is ther a way to put a short cut to it in the browser menu or at least an icon on the desk top.

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Re:genarel ?/

[quote="staggerweed"]i was wondering 2 things 1st is ther a free anivirus program that you dont have to use the comand line with avalible for linux [/quote] Not that I know of - most antivirus programs available for Linux are designed to be run from the command line. Antivirus programs aren't strictly necessary for Linux machines unless you're serving files to Windows machines and want to scan those files for viruses. [quote="staggerweed"]2nd i downloaded and instaled netscape navigator 7.1 but the only way i can use it is by going to usr/lib netscape why and is ther a way to put a short cut to it in the browser menu or at least an icon on the desk top.[/quote] [url]http://www.kde.org/documentation/userguide/adding-programs.html[/url] gives instructions for adding menu items to your KDE menu. To add a shortcut on your desktop, right-click on the desktop and select Create New | Link To Application and follow the on screen instructions.

Re:genarel ?/

You need to put the netscape binary in your path.

Add it to /etc/profile and all user IDs will get it.

As for the icon on the desktop and the menu it depends on whether you are using Gnome or KDE. I'd have to look it up on their websites.