How to install EPS 6.0 Client on Linux based systems.
Linux Workstations supported :-
- GNU C Library 2.11 and above
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4
- Fedora 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
- SUSE ES 11 SP2
- openSUSE 11.3, 11.4, 12.1, 12.2, 12.3, 13.1
- BOSS 4
- Mandriva 2010.1, 2010.2, 2011
- CentOS 6.4
- Ubuntu 10.4 LTS, 10.10, 11.04, 11.10, 12.04 LTS, 12.10, 13.04, 13.10
- GNU C Library 2.5 and above.
- Fedora 18, 19
- openSUSE 12.1
- Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS, 13.04, 13.10
- CentOS 6.2
Minimum System Requirements for Linux Endpoint
- 1 GB hard disk space
- 512 MB RAM or higher
- Intel based processor (or compatible), 300 MHz or Higher
Quick Heal scans files that are accessed using the SAMBA share.
Steps to install Client on Linux.
Quick Heal clients need to be manually installed by the Administrator on Linux endpoints. To install the Quick Heal client on Linux endpoints, follow these steps:
1. Follow the steps according to your endpoint’s configuration:
For the 32bit Linux Endpoint, download the epslin32.tar.gz file from the following url:
And copy it to ‘Quick Heal\Endpoint Security 6.0\Admin\web\build\epslin32’ folder located in Quick Heal EPS server installation.
For the 64 bit Linux Endpoint, download the epslin64.tar.gz file from the following url:
And copy it to ‘Quick Heal\Endpoint Security 6.0\Admin\web\build\epslin64’ folder located in Quick Heal EPS server installation folder.
2. Copy the epslin32 or epslin64 folder (according to the configuration) on your Linux Endpoint.
3.Open the terminal on your Linux endpoint and log in as a root user.
4. Trace the path where the epslin32 or epslin64 folder is saved.
5.Type the command ./install to execute the installation script of Quick Heal.
The installation script will do the following:
It copies the necessary files to /usr/lib/Quick Heal folder.
It will install Quick Heal
6. This completes the Quick Heal client installation.
Online Protection is supported only on 32-bit Operating Systems. Quick Heal GUI Scanner is available only on 32-bit endpoints, it will not be available for 64 bit endpoints. Quick
Heal settings can be configured for 64 bit endpoint using command line interface.
If Online Protection is not installed by ./install script, you can install online protection by running ./install script with -- online parameter. If automatic installation of Dazuko fails,it prompts for the dazuko file. Quick Heal Online Protection (qhdaemon) requires
Dazuko, a free software project providing access control. In order to use qhdaemon, youwill need to compile Dazuko as kernel module or compile into the kernel. Visit http://dazuko.org for more details.
Configure Quick Heal Online Protection. You can configure Quick Heal Online Protection later by running "configqhonline" from /usr/lib/QuickHeal/QuikHeal.