June 1, 2009
We have been receiving a lot of email requests from our users asking for instructions on how to build and install the Nautilus extension for BitDefender Antivirus Scanner for Unices, to which we decided to simply respond with a package matching each user’s distribution, because sometimes setting up a minimal development environment is not such a trivial task. 🙂 So far we have:
ubuntu 8.04 i386 (md5: da05728ddf69756f43ad53f69429e7a3)
ubuntu 8.10 amd64 (md5: 71b343695e50b803f07333c43e48fa4a)
ubuntu 9.04 i386 (md5: 579c3da801907fe38ec86bdc853023c5)
ubuntu 9.04 amd64 (md5: 5f8e38f8843aa6aa66ee3572051231bd)
ubuntu 9.10 i386 (md5: 6a35b1a145c8a7897ca8c2e4a2e92f26)
ubuntu 9.10 amd64 (md5: 1cae9549d1ff94c3c2a1617ae9ede249)
ubuntu 10.04 i386 (md5: 132c4ab1a52f7bb10b746010046ff611)
ubuntu 10.04 amd64 (md5: 16d7f02df4147aceeef60b02d628b94b)
ubuntu 10.10 amd64 (md5: 16d7f02df4147aceeef60b02d628b94b)
openSUSE 11.1 i586 (md5: b0315a22cda8e44cde38cb9fd04ba01b) (konqueror)
fedora 11 i586 (md5: ea679321cbef1d6f9de13982620bb4e4)
If none of the packages above is good for you, drop us an email with your distribution, version and architecture (x86 or amd64) and we’ll see if we can build one for you too. 😉
UPDATE: I have inserted the KDE4 Konqueror extension here (openSUSE) to avoid creating a new article just for it.
UPDATE: Here is the nautilus extension for Ubuntu 9.10 amd64. I apologize for ridiculously long delay.