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#core
thor

thor

06/28/2020, 5:13 AM
Hey Fam. I'm either not a smart person (Like @theopolis 😉), or skipping steps, as here are the signed packages for osquery 4.4.0 on windows! Lemme know how they work or if there are any issues. Cheers. Additionally, I took this opportunity to whip up a Git Gist about how I build these packages in a signed fashion, feel free to take a peruse! https://gist.github.com/muffins/7925e8bf8aed3230e82eb0f67f379389
theopolis

theopolis

06/30/2020, 2:58 AM
Heads up it looks like the
nupkg
filename is incorrect. It should be
osquery-VERSION.nupkg
correct?
thor

thor

06/30/2020, 5:03 AM
No, not for nupkg, they need to have the dot structure. If you change it chocolatey wont be able to find the file locally. I think I might've changed the filename in S3 when i uploaded, but when I upload to Chocolatey It needs the dots.
5:05 AM
Ima check if this behavior has changed, but that logic in the nupkg file generation was intentional.
5:06 AM
Yeah, still dumb 😛
5:06 AM
Honestly @theopolis, I only ever put those packages in S3 for shits. I don't actually think any one uses those, and I don't even know if anyone knows they're there. I think I made the decision to put them there for good measure or something?
Gavin

Gavin

06/30/2020, 5:17 PM
They used to be used.
5:17 PM
We deployed a whole bunch of 2.x releases back in the day when we didn’t know about how to run osquery properly
thor

thor

06/30/2020, 9:01 PM
😮 Off of the S3 chocolatey packages?? Wow, TIL