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I know you are saying, "Virus?"
"UNIX-based systems can't get those!""
Let me explain.
I run MS Windows 2000 on the first partition of my main hard disk.
I have my Linux partitions, /, swap, etc (etectera, not /etc), on the rest of
the main hard disk.
I recently got a boot sector virus off the Net and can no longer boot to
Windows. I can run Linux (RedHat 7.2) fine because I boot from LILO on a
Can anyone recommend a way to try to fix the boot sector virus? All my virus
scanning software is Windows-based, and the on-line virus scanners I've been
able to find here on the Web (from KDE) are also MS-Based or want me to have
I thought about installing WINE and trying to run a virus scanner from there,
but I have no idea how to install WINE, and I have my doubts that that would
be a sucessful solution, anyway.
If anyone can help me solve this one I'll build a shrine in your honor.
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