Openscap plugin dependencies

Hi all,

Is the openscap plugin designed to run on RHEL based systems? I was
attempting to install this today and found that it depends on openscap 1.2,
which does not seem to be available directly from any of the EL7
distributions. My system is running Scientific 7.1 with Foreman 1.9.2 with
the normal repos for EPEL, PuppetLabs, Foreman/Foreman-Plugins and
Scientific Linux.

Any suggestions would be extremely helpful! Thank you kindly!

Weird, it should come with foreman repoclosure.
See here:


(and install manually…)
Hope this helps

··· 2015-10-07 21:16 GMT+03:00 Sean Alderman :

Hi all,

Is the openscap plugin designed to run on RHEL based systems? I was
attempting to install this today and found that it depends on openscap 1.2,
which does not seem to be available directly from any of the EL7
distributions. My system is running Scientific 7.1 with Foreman 1.9.2 with
the normal repos for EPEL, PuppetLabs, Foreman/Foreman-Plugins and
Scientific Linux.

Any suggestions would be extremely helpful! Thank you kindly!


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You'll need to mirror the package from this repository:
http://copr-fe.cloud.fedoraproject.org/coprs/isimluk/OpenSCAP/

I think it's due to be in 7.2 or something.

(When using the installer and with direct internet access you can pass
–foreman-plugin-openscap-configure-openscap-repo=true to enable it
automatically.)

··· On 07/10/15 19:16, Sean Alderman wrote: > Hi all, > > Is the openscap plugin designed to run on RHEL based systems? I was > attempting to install this today and found that it depends on openscap > 1.2, which does not seem to be available directly from any of the EL7 > distributions. My system is running Scientific 7.1 with Foreman 1.9.2 > with the normal repos for EPEL, PuppetLabs, Foreman/Foreman-Plugins and > Scientific Linux. > > Any suggestions would be extremely helpful! Thank you kindly!


Dominic Cleal
dominic@cleal.org

Thank you sir! I guess that would explain it, but I'm not sure how I'm
going to get around it.

I'm running on an isolated network using a server that can jump between
networks to mirror repos.

··· On Wednesday, October 7, 2015 at 2:24:36 PM UTC-4, Shlomi Zadok wrote: > > Weird, it should come with foreman repoclosure. > See here: > https://github.com/theforeman/foreman-packaging/blob/rpm/develop/repoclosure/yum_el7.conf#L39-L43 > (and install manually...) > Hope this helps > > 2015-10-07 21:16 GMT+03:00 Sean Alderman <smal...@gmail.com > > : > >> Hi all, >> >> Is the openscap plugin designed to run on RHEL based systems? I was >> attempting to install this today and found that it depends on openscap 1.2, >> which does not seem to be available directly from any of the EL7 >> distributions. My system is running Scientific 7.1 with Foreman 1.9.2 with >> the normal repos for EPEL, PuppetLabs, Foreman/Foreman-Plugins and >> Scientific Linux. >> >> Any suggestions would be extremely helpful! Thank you kindly! >> >> -- >> You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups >> "Foreman users" group. >> To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an >> email to foreman-user...@googlegroups.com . >> To post to this group, send email to forema...@googlegroups.com >> . >> Visit this group at http://groups.google.com/group/foreman-users. >> For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout. >> > >

Yeah, it's a tough one… Couldn't find in
http://www.open-scap.org/page/Download

Maybe install from source? (https://github.com/OpenSCAP/openscap#compilation
)

··· 2015-10-07 21:42 GMT+03:00 Sean Alderman :

Thank you sir! I guess that would explain it, but I’m not sure how I’m
going to get around it.

I’m running on an isolated network using a server that can jump between
networks to mirror repos.

On Wednesday, October 7, 2015 at 2:24:36 PM UTC-4, Shlomi Zadok wrote:

Weird, it should come with foreman repoclosure.
See here:
https://github.com/theforeman/foreman-packaging/blob/rpm/develop/repoclosure/yum_el7.conf#L39-L43
(and install manually…)
Hope this helps

2015-10-07 21:16 GMT+03:00 Sean Alderman smal...@gmail.com:

Hi all,

Is the openscap plugin designed to run on RHEL based systems? I was
attempting to install this today and found that it depends on openscap 1.2,
which does not seem to be available directly from any of the EL7
distributions. My system is running Scientific 7.1 with Foreman 1.9.2 with
the normal repos for EPEL, PuppetLabs, Foreman/Foreman-Plugins and
Scientific Linux.

Any suggestions would be extremely helpful! Thank you kindly!


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Thanks Dominic!

It does seem there's more to setup than just the repo mirror. I'm not
entirely sure what the best way to tackle it is, but it seems like if the
SCAP clients don't have access to a repo where the
rubygem-foreman_scap_client package exists. So it looks like that comes
out of foreman-plugins repo, which I'll have to mirror and distribute to
all my SCAP clients. Normally I wouldn't expect to have the
foreman-plugins repo distributed to every system on my network, even if
they were connected to the Internet.

Can you think of anything else I'm missing?

··· On Thursday, October 8, 2015 at 3:13:21 AM UTC-4, Dominic Cleal wrote: > > On 07/10/15 19:16, Sean Alderman wrote: > > Hi all, > > > > Is the openscap plugin designed to run on RHEL based systems? I was > > attempting to install this today and found that it depends on openscap > > 1.2, which does not seem to be available directly from any of the EL7 > > distributions. My system is running Scientific 7.1 with Foreman 1.9.2 > > with the normal repos for EPEL, PuppetLabs, Foreman/Foreman-Plugins and > > Scientific Linux. > > > > Any suggestions would be extremely helpful! Thank you kindly! > > You'll need to mirror the package from this repository: > http://copr-fe.cloud.fedoraproject.org/coprs/isimluk/OpenSCAP/ > > I think it's due to be in 7.2 or something. > > (When using the installer and with direct internet access you can pass > --foreman-plugin-openscap-configure-openscap-repo=true to enable it > automatically.) > > -- > Dominic Cleal > dom...@cleal.org >