michael.m.minor at gmail
Jul 8, 2007, 2:03 PM
Post #3 of 3
You can try INSERT - which is a linux livecd distro that comes with clamav
and read-write ntfs support, but the latest version came out in Feb so the
included clamav is likely a little out of date.
On 7/8/07, Tom Metro <tmetro+clamwin32 [at] gmail> wrote:
> leegold wrote:
> > Is there a way to run Clam AV with DOS?
> Not likely.
> > ...boot to DOS with floppy, then run the AV.
> > Avoiding .net and the win32 install...
> You can get the equivalent by using a bootable Linux CD. ClamAV will run
> happily there. There are numerous bootable Linux CDs to try. I don't
> know of any that specifically bundle ClamAV. They also have varying
> support of NTFS. Some read-only. Some requiring DLLs from a Windows
> One I use is:
> Others can be found here:
> Another option is to use a bootable Windows CD. It'll boot slower, but
> may offer better access to an NTFS file system. One tool like this is:
> It includes a few AV tools.
> Tom Metro
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Michael M. Minor