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I scanned my system with CLamAV by the terminal and I wanna know what files are infected. How can I get a report for that?

I want a report on my last scan, not on the next one

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Here is a previous similar question with answers: askubuntu.com/questions/19699/… –  Shmukers Nov 15 '13 at 21:35
    
@Shmukers That doesn't help -l clamav.log doesn't works to me –  ntrpris Nov 15 '13 at 22:39

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So try: clamscan -l clamav.log.

Try making the log file beforehand like http://askubuntu.com/a/220100/216048 and check your write permissions (sudo it to be sure).

What error do you get?

(I would've posted a trivial comment but I don't have permissions to do that on other posts)

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