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2.3 Location of installed files

F-PROT Antivirus has all of its files in one directory called f-prot/. For the deb and rpm packages, that directory will be installed under /usr/local/. We recommend users of the tarball to do the same. An installation script included with the tarball should also install the directory to /usr/local/. Additionally, the installation procedure creates several symbolic links to man pages, config and runtime files.

Location Description
/usr/local/f-prot/CHANGES Text file detailing the changes since the last release.
/usr/local/f-prot/ENGLISH.TX0 Run-time language file.
/usr/local/f-prot/INSTALL Installation instructions.
/usr/local/f-prot/LICENSE License agreement.
/usr/local/f-prot/MACRO.DEF Virus signature file, macro viruses.
/usr/local/f-prot/README Text file with a small inventory of documentation.
/usr/local/f-prot/SIGN.DEF Virus signature file, application and script viruses/trojans.
/usr/local/f-prot/SIGN2.DEF Virus signature file, application and script viruses/trojans.
/usr/local/f-prot/f-prot Command-Line Scanner.
/usr/local/f-prot/f-prot.sh Script to start the Command-Line Scanner with a full path.
/usr/local/f-prot/man_pages/check-updates.pl.8 Manual page for the check-updates.pl script.
/usr/local/f-prot/man_pages/f-prot.1 Manual page for the Command-Line Scanner.
/usr/local/f-prot/tools/check-updates.pl A script for updating the virus signature files via the internet.
/usr/local/f-prot/etc/f-prot.conf.default The configuration file.

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