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    Default Re: opensuse leap 42.1 live with clamscan

    On Thu 24 Mar 2016 10:26:02 PM CDT, lord valarian wrote:

    malcolmlewis;2771663 Wrote:
    > Hi
    > It's the clamav daemon for things like realtime scanning on mail etc
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    You mean linux mail servers? not webmail.


    The boot shows "cache all files". I selected the first option. If I want
    it live do I need to select "cache all files" (in memory)?

    At the login, I used "startx" to get the GUI. The terminal when I
    entered "su" nothing happened. Does the terminal start in superuser
    mode? Is there any difference between the GUI terminal and the one on
    bootup?

    Thanks.


    Hi
    Yes for linux mail servers (eg postfix)...

    Not sure, but if live try it with cache files...

    It's a command line tool, so either should work fine? What prompt do
    you see a red #, if so that's at root user. Can you not just switch to
    root user with su - and run the command(s)?

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    Default Re: opensuse leap 42.1 live with clamscan

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    Yes for linux mail servers (eg postfix)...

    Not sure, but if live try it with cache files...

    It's a command line tool, so either should work fine? What prompt do
    you see a red #, if so that's at root user. Can you not just switch to
    root user with su - and run the command(s)?
    Code:
    SU
    {red}#

    System rescue disk:
    --------------------
    zypper gives 'command not found'. I guessed 'Install clamav', gives 'not enough disk space'.

    KDE LIVE
    ---------
    Trying to use 'zypper in clamav', it gives me 850+ megs of files in addition. (Slow connection so that not practical.)


    Now what??

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    Default Re: opensuse leap 42.1 live with clamscan

    On Wed 13 Apr 2016 09:16:01 PM CDT, lord valarian wrote:

    malcolmlewis;2771845 Wrote:
    > Hi
    > Yes for linux mail servers (eg postfix)...
    >
    > Not sure, but if live try it with cache files...
    >
    > It's a command line tool, so either should work fine? What prompt do
    > you see a red #, if so that's at root user. Can you not just switch to
    > root user with su - and run the command(s)?



    Code:
    --------------------
    SU
    {red}#

    --------------------



    System rescue disk:
    --------------------
    zypper gives 'command not found'. I guessed 'Install clamav', gives 'not
    enough disk space'.

    KDE LIVE
    ---------
    Trying to use 'zypper in clamav', it gives me 850+ megs of files in
    addition. (Slow connection so that not practical.)


    Now what??


    Hi
    I guess the KDE live build is crippled if zypper not there... I run a
    13.2 rescue CD on a usb device works fine to install things on, just
    runs an old kernel.

    I would head over to SUSE Studio and build yourself some that works on
    USB devices along with all the tools you need.

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    Default opensuse leap 42.1 live with clamscan

    I have to make ANOTHER username and password??

    Is there a way I can update my KDE Live disk? System rescue is just out of date? What other live dvd are there? I need a secure DVD clean of viruses (read only) to do clamscan.

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    Default Re: opensuse leap 42.1 live with clamscan

    I can't get system rescue disk to run clamscan. I'm going to put this problem away for a while. For, i'm just going to figure out how to install opensuse on a flash drive. Then run clamscan from there. Thanks to all.

  6. #16

    Default Re: opensuse leap 42.1 live with clamscan

    I installed opensuse to flash drive, making it bootable. I will be able to able do a anti-virus scan on the installed drive from the booted flash drive. I'v have the solution I need. Thanks for the help all.

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