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    Default SCANVIRUS Version v2.00 beta4 - offical release

    Hello all. "Scanvirus" is script application that uses the clamscan engine and uses minimum extra functions. It makes virus scans of multiple drives/devices much easier. IMHO, it's logging system is better than clamscan. It's still a work in progress with some design flaws to work out. It's been run through the fiery forge of bug and design flaw testing. However, any bugs or design flaws not mentioned report them here. Follow the instructions in the script.

    Upgraded logging system, removed more design flaws and fixed bugs, menu redesigned. Control-c design flaws to be fixed.

    Upgrading: put all folders with viruses into virus folder and delete the rest.

    Design flaws:
    control-c interrupt leaves folders behind. So, check this with the new '-vf' function.
    '-vf' function limited to KDE. If you use gnome, you'll need to change the format.

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    OPPS, I knew the day would come. It's too big for a message. I need a place to put i admins.
    Last edited by lord_valarian; 29-May-2017 at 00:55. Reason: too big

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    Default Re: SCANVIRUS Version v2.00 beta4 - offical release

    Quote Originally Posted by lord_valarian View Post
    OPPS, I knew the day would come. It's too big for a message. I need a place to put i admins.
    Hi
    Look at SUSE Paste and set to never expire: http://paste.opensuse.org/ else use github?
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    http://paste.opensuse.org/9ce1975b

    Thanks malcolmlewis.

    It's set to expire in one year. It will be obsolete by then. If you download it, rename to scanvirus.


    Enjoy all....

    md5sum scanvirus
    40e4fc2267088cab52d9eacc83dec0ee scanvirus

    sha256sum scanvirus
    0b4463ff96a40b177d4eb7d53388cca4695adb74db3c7bf759f4f059d7c0fda7 scanvirus

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    Quote Originally Posted by lord_valarian View Post
    http://paste.opensuse.org/9ce1975b

    Thanks malcolmlewis.

    It's set to expire in one year. It will be obsolete by then. If you download it, rename to scanvirus.


    Enjoy all....

    md5sum scanvirus
    40e4fc2267088cab52d9eacc83dec0ee scanvirus

    sha256sum scanvirus
    0b4463ff96a40b177d4eb7d53388cca4695adb74db3c7bf759f4f059d7c0fda7 scanvirus
    Hi
    You can rename of the fly with wget
    Code:
    wget -O scanvirus http://paste.opensuse.org/view/raw/9ce1975b
    md5sum scanvirus 
    40e4fc2267088cab52d9eacc83dec0ee  scanvirus
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    Default Re: SCANVIRUS Version v2.00 beta4 - offical release

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    You can rename of the fly with wget
    Code:
    wget -O scanvirus http://paste.opensuse.org/view/raw/9ce1975b
    md5sum scanvirus 
    40e4fc2267088cab52d9eacc83dec0ee  scanvirus
    Hi
    Another thought if you used github then you could just add a --update option.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    Another thought if you used github then you could just add a --update option.....
    WIthout making an account? Source Forge started attatching adware to software i'v heard. Github is the new place for opensource software. I need to post on the forums about one item i need.


    Also, years ago when I started scanvirus and a knew lot less about scripting. "clamscan" had good interface and it caught viruses other software didn't. It's was good, but it had problems with the user interface. The GUI versions were dull and impractical. Not using GUI and minimal extra functions, script only has lots of advantages. I wrote it with myself in mind, using my formal programing skills. I kept it to myself until I thought, "This is really handy and I should release this to all. I use so much great free software and I should give back." So, I made my first post. That first version was handy, but primitive compared to this latest massive virus eating monster script.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    You can rename of the fly with wget
    Code:
    wget -O scanvirus http://paste.opensuse.org/view/raw/9ce1975b
    md5sum scanvirus 
    40e4fc2267088cab52d9eacc83dec0ee  scanvirus
    I'll give that some thought in my next script install instructions.

    FYI, I found a need to scan one flash drive only, but still logging data. The design is being worked out. Already, I’m getting annoyed at the logging functions, being also the one who uses it. A script'ers work is never done...

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