Host integrity tools: Osiris

Thursday, 29 March 2007, 8:58 AM EST

On the path to adventure (aka open source), I found a tool that I wanted to check out: Osiris. Osiris is a tool written by the Shmoo group that is simply a "portable Host Integrity Tool with support for central management." Osiris is delivered as source code, so you will need to compile it. As always on the open source adventure, there were tools that I needed to get the compile to work on my Solaris 10 installation:

* Gcc
* Libiconv
* OpenSSL
* Make

At UNIX Review.

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