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Ferret-Simpson
But there is no Desktop OpenBSD forum.

What I need, is a Sparc64 AntiVirus program. I have a Sun Ultra 1 as my desktop box for University (I don't need anything fancy, it's just to act as a gateway for my tabletPC and slackware box, and a web access terminal (And possibly samba access box) to the University network. Rules state that no scanning-sniffing software can be installed: so I'm uninstalling nmap, which is the only secutiry tool I have installed. They also state that my machine must have an up to date antivirus program. I use BDC on my Linux boxes, AVG on anything Windows-API. but since this is my first OpenBSD system (I just found export PKG_PATH and I LOVE it!) I don't know what to use. Can anyone help? Also, any tips on getting this to route data through eth0 to eth1 for my other systems (Internal network to External (Uni) network, would be appreciated mucho.

Cheers
Ferret.
mathemajikian
Please post these types of questions here: http://www.bsdforums.org/forums/


QUOTE(Ferret-Simpson @ Aug 31 2006, 05:01 PM)
But there is no Desktop OpenBSD forum.

What I need, is a Sparc64 AntiVirus program. I have a Sun Ultra 1 as my desktop box for University (I don't need anything fancy, it's just to act as a gateway for my tabletPC and slackware box, and a web access terminal (And possibly samba access box) to the University network. Rules state that no scanning-sniffing software can be installed: so I'm uninstalling nmap, which is the only secutiry tool I have installed. They also state that my machine must have an up to date antivirus program. I use BDC on my Linux boxes, AVG on anything Windows-API. but since this is my first OpenBSD system (I just found export PKG_PATH and I LOVE it!) I don't know what to use. Can anyone help? Also, any tips on getting this to route data through eth0 to eth1 for my other systems (Internal network to External (Uni) network, would be appreciated mucho.

Cheers
Ferret.
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Ferret-Simpson
Hurrah. Thanks.
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