^ I noticed the instructions failed at this point. I opened https://pkg.osquery.io/rpm/osquery-s3-rpm.repo to take a look... Looks like the repo name changed or something? Shows as
docker run -it <http://registry.access.redhat.com/ubi8/ubi:8.1|registry.access.redhat.com/ubi8/ubi:8.1> bash # yum-config-manager needs to be installed on this system yum install yum-utils # no sudo installed by default and already running as root, so I've modified instructions to remove sudo, but otherwise are the same: curl -L <https://pkg.osquery.io/rpm/GPG> | tee /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-osquery yum-config-manager --add-repo <https://pkg.osquery.io/rpm/osquery-s3-rpm.repo> yum-config-manager --enable osquery-s3-rpm Error: No matching repo to modify: osquery-s3-rpm.
. Seems to pan out, because changing the line to this works:
And then I'm able to successfully install osquery with
yum-config-manager --enable osquery-s3-rpm
yum install osquery
yum-config-manager --enable osquery-s3-rpm-repo
for a while (since at least last August)