On Wed, Feb 11, 2004 at 03:27:34PM +0200, Robert Golovniov wrote:
> Hello,
>   Has anybody tried installing on FreeBSD Trend FileScan for Linux?

I've tried installing Trend Micro InterScan for Linux, but it was
unsuccessful, mainly the problem was the install script they provided.
It was written in bash and I had problems with the bash shell in
/compat/linux/bin would interpret paths relative to /compat/linux, but
the commands the shell script calls, like cat, are relative to the real
root.  Does anyone have a solution to this?

I'm going to try it again when I have free time, but I would really like
to see trend micro supporting freebsd as well.

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