[nSLUG] Looking for Tripwire Subject Matter Expert
me at jonwatson.ca
Fri Nov 2 10:26:10 ADT 2007
No particular reason. I just think that a tarball is easier to deal with. As
you've stated, using an RPM would require us to put up a repo which is
outside of the scope of this right now.
On 11/2/07, Joe Dunn <me at joedunn.com> wrote:
> Mind if I ask why a tar? If its going on a centos system, you got a viable
> package management (rpm). Set up your spec rpm file with all the variables
> for how you want it configured on your env. Toss it in a yum server (if you
> don't have a local one, make one :) )and then all your other servers can
> just seamlessly install the package without headache.
> You could even test on vmware so you don't effect your production systems.
> On 11/2/07, Jon < me at jonwatson.ca> wrote:
> > Hi Guys,
> > I may have a small piece of work for sometime next week. We're going to
> > need a Tripwire person to do the following:
> > 1. Install Tripwire on a CentOS 4.x erver
> > 2. Configure said installation
> > 3. Provide, as close as possible, a single tarball that will allow us to
> > roll out the same Tripwire installation on other machines painlessly
> > Interested parties should contact me off list and state experience with
> > Tripwire (no, you don't need a PhD in it, just some practical experience)
> > and remuneration expectations.
> > Thanks,
> > Jon
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