Try to scan recursively the source directory:
	$ clamscan -r -l scan.txt clamav-x.yz
It should find some test files in the clamav-x.yz/test directory. The scan result will be saved in the scan.txt log file 8. To test clamd, start it and use clamdscan (or instead connect directly to its socket and run the SCAN command):
	$ clamdscan -l scan.txt clamav-x.yz
Please note that the scanned files must be accessible by the user running clamd or you will get an error.

Cisco 2016-04-21