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Linux Defender [lancer Le Rescue Cd Sans Interface Graphique]

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Rufus_corp
Modifié (octobre 2008) dans Demandes d39aide

J'essaye d'utiliser le Rescue CD bitdefender mais l'interface graphique ne fonctionne pas,


Il y a-t-il une possibilité de faire un scan en utilisant le mode texte, avec un ligne de commande?


merci

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  • Inconnu
    Modifié (octobre 2008)
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    Bonjour,


    Ceci devrait être possible en utilisant les 'cheatcodes'.


    Pour cela, il faut appuyer sur la touche "Echap" du clavier lorsque le menu Linux Defender se présente, il affichera alors une ligne :


    Boot :


    Il faudra à ce moment écrire knoppix puis mettre le/les 'cheatcode(s)' désiré(s).


    Dans votre cas, voici la ligne de commande pour démarrer sans interface graphique :


    knoppix rescue 2


    Il va rester bloqué un bon moment sur "Trying to update BitDefender scanner", puis affichera "root!tty1:/#'.


    A ce moment, il sera possible de lancer l'analyse avec la commande :


    bdscan /media/hda1


    ou


    bdscan /media/hda2


    Voici la liste complète des 'cheatcodes' :


    CHEATCODES AND HINTS FOR BitDefender Rescue CD V2.0


    ==============================================================================


    (last update: 02.13.2007)


    This is an edit of the original KNOPPIX cheatcodes file. Please note that your


    version might not have all these features.


    These options (can be combined) work from the ISOLINUX bootprompt:


    rescue lang=cn|de|da|es|fr|it|nl specify language/keyboard


    rescue lang=pl|ru|sk|tr|tw|us specify language/keyboard


    rescue gmt Use GMT-based time


    rescue tz=Europe/Berlin Use this timezone for TZ


    rescue atapicd Do NOT use SCSI-Emulation for IDE CD-Roms


    rescue alsa (or alsa=es1938) Use ALSA sound driver (at your own risk)


    rescue desktop=fluxbox|icewm Use specified WM instead of KDE (1)


    rescue desktop=kde|larswm|twm Use specified WM instead of KDE (2)


    rescue desktop=wmaker|xfce Use specified WM instead of KDE (3)


    rescue screen=1280x1024 Use specified Screen resolution for X


    rescue xvrefresh=60 (or vsync=60) Use 60 Hz vertical refresh rate for X


    rescue xhrefresh=80 (or hsync=80) Use 80 kHz horizontal refresh rate for X


    rescue xserver=XFree86|XF86_SVGA Use specified X-Server


    rescue xmodule=ati|fbdev|i810|mga Use specified XFree4-Module (1)


    rescue xmodule=nv|radeon|savage|s3 Use specified XFree4-Module (2)


    rescue xmodule=radeon|svga|i810 Use specified XFree4-Module (3)


    rescue 2 Runlevel 2, Textmode only


    rescue floppyconfig Run "knoppix.sh" from a floppy


    rescue myconf=/dev/sda1 Run "knoppix.sh" from a partition


    rescue myconf=scan (or config=scan) Try to find "knoppix.sh" automatically


    rescue home=/dev/sda1/rescue.img Mount loopback file as /home/knoppix


    rescue home=scan Automatic search for knoppix homedir


    rescue no{apic,agp,apm,audio,ddc} Skip parts of HW-detection (1)


    rescue no{dhcp,fstab,firewire} Skip parts of HW-detection (2)


    rescue no{pcmcia,scsi,swap,usb} Skip parts of HW-detection (3)


    rescue pnpbios=off No PnP Bios initialization


    rescue acpi=off Disable ACPI Bios completely


    rescue usb2 Try to initialize USB 2.x controller(s)


    failsafe Boot with (almost) no HW-detection


    rescue pci=irqmask=0x0e98 Try this, if PS/2 mouse doesn't work *)


    rescue pci=bios Workaround for bad PCI controllers


    rescue ide2=0x180 nopcmcia Boot from PCMCIA-CD-Rom (some notebooks)


    rescue mem=128M Specify Memory size in MByte


    rescue dma Enable DMA accelleration for ALL IDE-Drives


    rescue noeject Do NOT eject CD after halt


    rescue noprompt Do NOT prompt to remove the CD


    rescue vga=normal No-framebuffer mode, but X


    rescue blind Start Braille-Terminal (no X)


    rescue brltty=type,port,table Parameters for Braille device


    rescue wheelmouse Enable IMPS/2 protocol for wheelmice


    rescue nowheelmouse Force plain PS/2 protocol for PS/2-mouse


    fb1280x1024 Use fixed framebuffer graphics (1)


    fb1024x768 Use fixed framebuffer graphics (2)


    fb800x600 Use fixed framebuffer graphics (3)


    rescue keyboard=us xkeyboard=us Use different keyboard (text/X)


    rescue splash Boot with fancy background splashscreen


    + animations + progress bar **)


    rescue toram Copy CD to RAM and run from there


    rescue tohd=/dev/hda1 Copy CD to HD partition and run from there


    rescue fromhd Skip checking for rescue on CD-ROM


    rescue fromhd=/dev/hda1 Boot from previously copied CD-Image


    rescue bootfrom=/dev/hda1 Access Image then boot from previously


    copied CD-Image (enables booting from


    NTFS / ReiserFS) ***)


    rescue bootfrom=/dev/hda1/KNX.iso Access image, boot from ISO-Image. ***)


    rescue knoppix_dir=rescue Directory to search for on the CD.


    rescue knoppix_name=rescue Cloop-File to search for on the CD.


    rescue testcd Check CD data integrity and md5sums


    expert Interactive setup for experts


    NEW Kernels and Options in version 3.4:


    rescue26 [Options...] boot_s with Kernel 2.6 (2.4 is default)


    expert26 [Options...] Same for expert mode


    rescue26 acpi=off Disable ACPI configuration in Kernel 2.6


    memtest Run memtest86 instead of Linux


    *) Try "rescue pci=irqmask=0x0e98" if (you have a notebook and) your


    PS/2 mouse doesn't work. (Possibly caused by a BIOS-flaw on your board,


    BIOS updates can help.) Sometimes, switching to the text console with


    Control-Alt-F1 and back to the X-screen with Control-F5 solves the


    problem without rebooting, since the X server reinitializes the mouse


    driver during that procedure.


    **)


    You can also have your own splash-screen in putting an executable shell-


    ****** to /cdrom/KNOPPIX/splash.sh. For an example how to do this see:


    /usr/bin/splash-knoppix.sh. (Feature added by Fabian Franz.)


    ***) Bootfrom needs access to a running rescue-system with the same Kernel


    as the Bootkernel, before it is able to mount the partition / ISO-Image.


    This should allow a poor mans install from NTFS-Partitions and makes it


    also possible to boot an ISO-Image directly. You can also use wildcards


    in the ISO-Filename, but it must be unique. So: If you have just one


    rescue.iso on /dev/hda1 you can access it as: bootfrom=/dev/hda1/K*.iso,


    but if there are several, you need to make clear, which one you want.


    (Feature added by Fabian Franz.)


    If your rescue CD makes strange noises during boot, or you see


    frequent errors like "cloop: read error", or programs on your KDE


    desktop keep crashing randomly, then your CD image is probably defective


    or incomplete, or your CD-burner created a defective CD due to wrong


    writing speed or bad media. This is the most common error reported.


    Please boot with "rescue testcd" to check if the CD is OK, and/or even


    better, verify the MD5 checksums that are present on the mirrors before


    writing the CD. In some cases, defective IDE controllers cause this


    error if you have DMA enabled. Also, please read the rescue-FAQ.


    In case of a failing hardware autodetection, try booting with any of


    the "no-" options as shown in the table above, like in


    rescue noagp noaudio noapm noapic acpi=off nodma nopcmcia noscsi nousb


    to skip some critical parts of the autodetection system.


    The "noswap" option is useful for a forensic analysis without touching


    existing swap partitions.


    Some Boards apparently don't pass the proper memory size to the


    linux-kernel. It may cause the message "Panic: cannot mount root file


    system" and the system hangs. Use "rescue mem=128M" to solve that


    problem if your system has 128MByte memory for example (caution:


    you MUST use a capital "M" here).


    The "expert" mode provides a very simple interface to loading additional


    Kernel modules from floppy disks (ext2 or vfat), plus interactive


    configuration of mouse/keyboard/soundcard/xserver. "expert" mode supports


    the same boot options as "rescue".


    The "floppyconfig" or "(my)config=/dev/partition" options allow you to


    reconfigure the system after autoconfiguration by running a bourne


    shell ****** called "knoppix.sh" from the root directory on the given


    device (or floppy). There is a GUI to create such a configuration


    floppy disk calles "saveconfig" (also located in the KDE menu under


    "rescue", but experts also know how to do this by creating their own


    shellscripts. From Version 2.1 and up, a file called "knoppix.sh", if


    located in the toplevel rescue directory on CD, will also be executed


    at startup. This makes ist easier to create customized versions without


    having to change anything on the compressed filesystem knoppix/knoppix.


    SCSI-Emulation is active for all CD-Roms (unless you switch it off by


    using the "atapicd" option), so IDE CD-Writers should work with the


    installed versions of cdrecord and cdrdao (or the graphical frontends


    thereof, k3b for example).


    If your BIOS does not support el torito booting from CD, you can create


    two bootable floppy disks by issuing (from rescue running on a different


    machine) the command "mkbootfloppy", which will create a bootable


    Kernel-disk plus a disk containing the initial ramdisk, which will be


    prompted for at boottime.


    If you wish to remaster the CD, please don't forget to specify


    -no-emul-boot -boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table \


    -b boot/isolinux/isolinux.bin -c boot/isolinux/boot.cat


    as option to mkisofs. Otherwise your CD won't be bootable. The


    directory KNOPPIX, containig the compressed filesystem file "KNOPPIX",


    must be located in the top level directory of the CD.


    Caution: X-Screensaver: Don't start xlock or any screensaver that


    requires a password. There are no default passwords on knoppix,


    i.e. all accounts are LOCKED unless you explicitly set a password.


    See also README_Security.txt about this issue.


    If you accidentially hit the screensaver button in KDE,


    switch to one of the textconsoles by Control-Alt-F1 and kill


    the screensaver (or just set a password for the knoppix user).


    If you would like to edit your X-Server configuration manually


    (/etc/X11/XF86Config-4 for XFree86 V4.x), use "rescue 2" to boot


    into runlevel 2 (textmode only) and, after changing the X


    configuration, start the X environment with "init 5". Note that


    you can always leave the graphical environment with "init 2", and


    restart it later with "init 5".