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Carbon Black is pleased to announce general availability for the CbR Linux Sensors v5.2.16 & v6.1.5. This sensor releases both include support for RHEL 7.5 and an upgrade of third party libraries. This release makes 5.2.16 available on-prem, and 6.1.5 available on-prem and in the cloud.
For more details, please check out the release notes here:
To install either of the new sensors, perform the following steps:
1) Ensure your yum repo is set appropriately: modify /etc/yum.repos.d/CarbonBlack.repo with the appropriate baseurl, if needed.
2) Clear the yum cache
3) Download the installer
Note: if you receive a command line error for --downloadonly, please see these instructions from RedHat to download and install the downloadonly plugin from yum.
How to use yum to download a package without installing it - Red Hat Customer Portal
4) Change your directory to the <package local download directory> from step #3
5) Run the following command to install the package:
6) Run the following command to make the new installation package available in the server console UI:
It is always recommended that you adopt a phased roll-out of this sensor in-line with your organization's software deployment best practices.
The Cb Response Cloud Team
Is there ETA for On-Prem installations.
Updated to include 5.2.16 announcement
I'm not able to access this for on-prem installs. Was this pushed back?
Can you please file a support case for this? Both sensors should be available on prem. Thank you.
I was able to pull down the updates. Ya'll need better documentation for the purposes of downloading the sensors. I ended up using yum list package feature to find it.
Feedback received, chasing this internally. Thanks for the information here.
The documentation has been updated to include step 2 (clearing cache) and adjusted the package names in step 3 (removing the .noarch.rpm from the string - the .noarch.rpm is required in step 4)
Do they support RHEL/Centos 7.5 only?
They do not only support RHEL/Centos 7.5. I am in the process of getting the Linux supported sensors and agents page updated.