Hello, Regarding <https://github.com/fleetdm/fleet...
# fleet
Hello, Regarding https://github.com/fleetdm/fleet/issues/6363 and https://github.com/fleetdm/fleet/issues/6364, it seems to be possible to build fleet-desktop packages from Linux. I'm running on Ubuntu 20.04 up-to-date. I follow the command indicates on https://github.com/fleetdm/fleet/tree/main/tools/fleetctl-docker,
docker run -v "$(pwd):/build" fleetdm/fleetctl package --type=msi
but I'm facing errors with all types With
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Error: initialize updates: failed to get osqueryd: download "osqueryd/linux/stable/osqueryd": exec check failed "/tmp/orbit-package2691724252/root/opt/orbit/staging/osqueryd": exec new version: : fork/exec /tmp/orbit-package2691724252/root/opt/orbit/staging/osqueryd: no such file or directory
With `pkg`:
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Error: build pkg: cpio Payload: wait cpio: exit status 1
With `msi`:
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Error: package root files: heat failed: exec: "docker": executable file not found in $PATH
Do I miss a step or something? Because if I use fleetctl binary directly and run
fleetctl package --type=deb --fleet-desktop --fleet-url=<https://fleet.test.com:8090> --enroll-secret=secret
, it works well for all platform types
hey Jerome, this is something we haven't officially released yet, so the
image that's published in Docker Hub doesn't contain this functionality yet, that's why you're getting those errors. If you want to give it a try anyways, you can either: 1. Use
instead 2. Build the image locally
Thank you for help! It works like a charm with beta tag image 🤩