Note: Cmd Free uses a restricted version of the Cmd Audit agent, so it is compatible with the same OSes.

The latest version of Cmd Audit supports the following OSes:

Standard deployments:

  • Amazon Linux 2 with amzn2-core kernel 4.14+

  • Debian 9 and 10 with kernel 4.19+ (excluding -cloud variants)

  • Oracle Linux 7 with kernel 3.10+

  • Oracle Linux 8 with kernel 4.18+

  • RHEL/CentOS 7.6, 7.7, 7.8, and 7.9 with RHEL kernel 3.10+

  • RHEL/CentOS 8.0, 8.1, and 8.2 with kernel 4.18+

  • Ubuntu 16.04 with GA/AWS/GCP/HWE kernel 4.15+

  • Ubuntu 18.04 with GA/AWS/GCP kernel 4.15+ or HWE kernel 4.18+

  • Ubuntu 20.04 with GA/AWS/GCP/HWE kernel 5.4+

Kubernetes deployments:

  • On GKE: COS or Ubuntu nodes.

  • On EKS: Amazon Linux 2, with EC2-based worker nodes.

  • On AKS: Ubuntu nodes.

  • On OpenShift: Red Hat CoreOS nodes.

Container-optimized distributions:

  • Flatcar OS with kernel 5.4+

  • Fedora CoreOS with kernel 4.18+

Only 64-bit OSes are supported. We do not currently plan to support 32-bit OSes. SELinux is not currently supported.

Learn which versions are supported for use with Cmd Control.

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