I have the scanner installed on on of my VM's, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.10, and this is what I am getting:
[root@vantage scanner]# uvscan --summary --verbose /
McAfee VirusScan Command Line for Linux64 Version: 220.127.116.11
Copyright (C) 2016 McAfee, Inc.
(408) 988-3832 LICENSED COPY - August 17 2018
AV Engine version: 5900.7806 for Linux64.
Dat set version: 8987 created Aug 16 2018
Scanning for 668707 viruses, trojans and variants.
/dev/sdb ... is not supported.
/.autofsck ... is OK.
Summary Report on /
Total files:................... 1
Not Scanned:................... 0
Possibly Infected:............. 0
@JamesKrych It looks like you're not actually invoking a scan, but rather doing a compatibility check to confirm 15 locations are able to be scanned. When trying to invoke the scan, it looks like you need the --load switch preceeding your directory if the intent is to scan immediately. Please see the examples on page 19 of the CMD for UNIX Product Guide, PD26748.
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I am trying and the example you mentioned has the use of a config file to specify what parameters are being used.
My problem is that I kep on getting /dev/sdb ... is not supported.
And, the scan terminates.
-- load is, as far as I can see, to load a particular scanning configuration. The screenshot looks sane, 15 files total,15 files clean. Where is the problem? Put an Eicar.txt inside the folder and see if its picked up or download a ready made one from here: http://www.eicar.org/85-0-Download.html.
I will try that file you mentioned.
I am finally seeing some results that make sense. What was throwing me off was the /dev/sdb ... is not supported.
Ah I see, /proc as well as /dev are locations that do not host "files", that can lead to all sorts of weird things I suppose. Looking at your first post, I can see the "/" now, bad idea :-).
Better specify directories to be scanned, like /usr explicitly, not sure why it moaned about /dev/sdb when /usr/local/uvscan had been specified as scan location (I'm by no means a ~nix expert)