qq orbit vs <https://osquery.io/downloads/debug/5....
# fleet
qq orbit vs https://osquery.io/downloads/debug/5.7.0 https://osquery.readthedocs.io/en/stable/installation/install-linux/ for linux 1. if you have a host with initd rather than systemd … you can’t use orbit right? 2. the orbit package only does systemd registration. 3. in fact the package --service=false option does nothing https://github.com/fleetdm/fleet/blob/9e6ccc48034c0d16f3a872748cbef1a25c9ec6a8/orbit/pkg/packaging/linux_shared.go#L210 I assume there’s no plans to back add initd support since they’re kinda eol or soon eol lts only? I suppose if I want to run osq official and point it at the fleet server can i just grab the cmdl on a similar but systemd linux flavour and make a flagfile to give to osqueryd from the official osq installer? (i get some flags might need to be file not env like secret , or some paths will change but in principle). then make sure the init refs the flagfile?
Hi! I’ll reach out to the team about potentially adding support for
. We’ve got a detailed guide for enrolling hosts using plain osquery here: https://fleetdm.com/docs/using-fleet/adding-hosts#add-hosts-with-plain-osquery
ty that helps . yep sounds like it’s doable with flag file 👍