How to use Kaspersky Update Utility 4.0 for Linux/FreeBSD from the command line

 

Kaspersky Update Utility 4.0

 
 
 

How to use Kaspersky Update Utility 4.0 for Linux/FreeBSD from the command line

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Latest update: February 18, 2021 ID: 15699
 
 
 
 

Before running Kaspersky Update Utility for Linux/FreeBSD install additional library packages: Qt 5.8 or later and ia32-libs (for 64 bit).

To start using the tool:

  1. Download the archive for your Linux version and extract the files to any folder.
  2. Run uu-gui.sh.
  3. Carefully read through the End User License Agreement and Privacy Policy. If you agree with the terms and conditions, select the corresponding checkboxes and click Accept.

License agreement and Privacy policy window

  1. Carefully read the Kaspersky Security Network Statement. If you agree with the terms and conditions, select the corresponding checkbox and click Accept.

The KSN Statement

  1. In the main window of Kaspersky Update Utility for Linux/FreeBSD, click Applications.

The main window of Kaspersky Update Utility

  1. Find the group of applications and select the versions of the Kaspersky applications that you would like to update. Click OK.

The download settings window in Kaspersky Update Utility

  1. Click Settings.

The main window of Kaspersky Update Utility.

  1. Go to Download and specify the folder to save the updates. Click OK.

The download settings window in Kaspersky Update Utility.

  1. Click Start and wait for the download to complete.

The main window in Kaspersky Update Utility.

Updates for selected applications will be downloaded to the folder you have specified. Update the applications using the downloaded files. See the guide below.

 
 
 
 
 

How to use the downloaded files to update Kaspersky applications

 
 
 
 
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