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BSG Fan
February 15th, 2010, 01:21 AM
hello
I just downloaded with a terminal the program ClamAV.

But where it is located?
I don't see it in Application - accessories -etc ?
neither in "Places", etc

where it is?

:popcorn:

ps: the place where I found about this was here:
http://120linux.com/antivirus-para-ubuntu/

gordintoronto
February 15th, 2010, 03:35 AM
Downloaded how? I find that Synaptic is the best bet, it put ClamAV in Administration, Virus Scanner

donato roque
February 15th, 2010, 03:45 AM
Clamav is a command line application.
Open a terminal by typing:

(1) alt+F2
(2) gnome-terminal

To start clamav to scan a file/directory, type:

clamscan

To use clamav to scan a directory recursively, type:

clamscan -r

The -r option tells clamav to scan all files and directories within
the specified target directory.

Personally, I use clamav to scan my whole /home/user using this command:

~$ clamav -ril /home/user/clamav.log

This command tells clamav to scan my home directory recursively and output the results to a log file in the user directory.
The -i option tells clamav to only report infections. I want the short story only.

BSG Fan
February 15th, 2010, 09:29 PM
Downloaded how? I find that Synaptic is the best bet, it put ClamAV in Administration, Virus Scanner

Thanks for your help

BSG Fan
February 15th, 2010, 09:30 PM
Clamav is a command line application.
Open a terminal by typing:

(1) alt+F2
(2) gnome-terminal

To start clamav to scan a file/directory, type:

clamscan

To use clamav to scan a directory recursively, type:

clamscan -r

The -r option tells clamav to scan all files and directories within
the specified target directory.

Personally, I use clamav to scan my whole /home/user using this command:

~$ clamav -ril /home/user/clamav.log

This command tells clamav to scan my home directory recursively and output the results to a log file in the user directory.
The -i option tells clamav to only report infections. I want the short story only.

Thanks for help me.
=)

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thread solved

but I don't know how to put "SOLVED" here...., I mean for the title
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I did it.
Solved!
=)

Atomic-Fanboy
November 8th, 2012, 12:22 AM
clamav -ril /home/user/clamav.log

Should be:


clamscan -ril /home/user/clamav.log

Bucky Ball
November 8th, 2012, 12:32 AM
Thread closed.

Reason: Necromancy. This is over two years old.