Note: Antivirus Live CD boots in the same way as 4MLinux does (this was described here).
1) Boot your copy of Antivirus Live CD (or Antivirus LiveUSB):
2) After executing 'help', you will see the following screen:
3) You can try to run the 'antivir' command now. An automatic update of the virus signatures database will be started:
NOTE: if you need to configure your Internet connection, you should run the 'netconfig' script (the procedure is very similar to the one described here).
4) When the update process is over, you will be able to choose what should be done with suspicious files:
5) And finally the ClamAV scanner will be started:
NOTE: Antivirus Live CD will check all your disks against viruses. This is possible because all partitions are mounted automatically during boot so that they can be scanned by ClamAV (the supported filesystems are: btrfs, ext2, ext3, ext4, FAT, HFS, HFS+, jfs, Minix, NTFS, ReiserFS, and XFS).
6) Antivirus Live CD includes Midnight Commander (file manager) and Links (text-based web browser), which can be very helpful in some cases:
NOTE: Antivirus Live CD is also able to make a backup of your data (and to send it to a remote FTP server if desired). Just try it yourself by executing 'backup' and 'fsbackup' commands!
Technically speaking, Antivirus Live CD is an extremely small Linux-based operating system (only about 17-18 MB in size), which was designed to act as a platform independent antivirus tool, meaning that it can be used by Linux, Windows and Mac users.
Good luck :-)