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Install Industrial Security on Linux

Before You Begin

These steps assume you have downloaded Industrial Security and are running all commands with root privileges. To ensure audit record time stamp consistency in Industrial Security, ensure the underlying OS makes use of NTP as described in the following document:

http://docs.redhat.com/docs/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/6/html/Deployment_Guide/sect-Date_and_Time_Configuration-Command_Line_Configuration-Network_Time_Protocol.html

The software license agreement for Industrial Security is located in the directory /opt/industrial-security/docs. It is also available online in the following location:

http://static.tenable.com/prod_docs/Master_Software_License_and_Services_Agreement.pdf

Tip: Ensure that organizational and OS firewall rules permit access to port 8837 on the Industrial Security server.

Steps

  1. Install the Industrial Security .rpm file downloaded from the Tenable Support Portal on RedHat or CentOS with the following command. The specific filename varies depending on your platform and version.

    # rpm –ivh industrial-security-1.x.x-esx.x86_64.rpm

    Preparing...      ########################################### [100%]

    1:Industrial Security             ########################################### [100%]

    [*] Industrial Security installation completed.

    #

    The installation creates the directory /opt/industrial-security, which initially contains the Industrial Security software, default plugins, and directory structure.

  2. Start Industrial Security for Red Hat and CentOS systems using the following command:

    # service industrial-security start

  3. Navigate to https://<IP address or hostname>:8837, which displays the Industrial Security web front end to log in for the first time.

    Refer to Configure Industrial Security to complete the initial login.

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