Dear Friends at LinuxQuestions.org:
I have recently solved a virus problem in Windows using Kaspersky Rescue Disk: a Live CD/USB based on Gentoo Linux and KDE, that has preinstalled some Kaspersky cleaning programs, mostly Kaspersky Rescue Disk and Kaspersky Registry Editor, both running from KDE or (even text-only mode) command line:
The programs are cute, so I wanna be capable to install them on my usual Debian or Ubuntu hard disk distributions, but the CD does not include any installer, and the Live distribution is very simple: no apt-get, no aptitude, no dpkg at all.
As long as Kaspersky does not offer a single stand-alone download link for this program (but it is freely offered for download, so I think we are not breaking copyright laws and so on):
Is there any way to extract(export) these interesting programs so I can run them in another common linux installation in hard disk?
I can post details, or image captures if needed.
Thanks you very mucho for yor help.