Disable Real-time protection at boot

If a machine protected  by ESET File Security 8 for Linux is slow to respond and the CPU is constantly overloaded, you can disable Real-time protection at boot for troubleshooting purposes.

1.Start the computer and wait for the GRUB menu to appear.

2.Highlight the kernel you want to use and press e.

3.Go down to the line starting with linux and add the eset_rtp=0 parameter to the end of the line.

4.To boot, press CTRL + X.



Modifying the GRUB might slightly differ on some Linux distributions.