I couldn’t find an updated Fedora installation guide for Raspberry Pi that was completely headless. The ones I found didn’t work or required a serial cable, which defeats the purpose. After a lot of research and a process of trial and error, I successfully installed Fedora Server 34 on a headless Raspberry Pi 3 and 4.
In this step-by-step guide, I’ll show you how to download the correct image, mount it, modify it to suit our needs, and install the custom image on a microSD card ready for your Raspberry Pi. …
Zeek (formerly Bro) is a powerful open-source framework for network traffic analysis and security monitoring. In this step-by-step guide, I’ll show you how to install, configure, and run Zeek automatically on your Mac.
Note: If you get an error, install them with:
To install Zeek via Homebrew simply run:
brew install zeek
Note: If you are using MacPorts, then execute:
sudo port install zeek
To validate if Zeek was installed successfully…
By default, Auditbeat 7.X creates a service unit file on Linux systems with systemd. Logs are stored in journald. However, Auditbeat has its own logging directory:
/var/log/auditbeat. If you prefer to remove the noise from your system log and send Auditbeat logs to its own directory, then keep reading.
This fix was tested on three different machines with CentOS 7, 8, and Fedora 33 all running Auditbeat 7.9.3.
Note: This behavior also occurs in other agents of the Elastic Beats family, such as Filebeat and Metricbeat. The fix is the same for all of them as well.
Have you ever wanted to monitor your Mac in real time? The Devo Platform can collect and monitor machine data from different operating systems. To automate this, Devo has a package called Devo Monitor which uses Dstat (an open-source, versatile resource statistics tool). It is compatible with most UNIX-like operating systems. The bad news is that it doesn’t work on macOS. That’s the reason I decided to solve this problem.
This guide describes the steps to collect macOS system metrics using a custom Bash shell script I created called macstat. Then send them over to Devo using syslog-ng. …
My goal was to send any kind of Mac logs to a big data platform (Devo). Mac already comes with syslogd, which is the Apple System Log server. It is basically a daemon that processes syslog messages but to be honest, it’s pretty old and basic. As a result, I decided to try syslog-ng.
To my surprise, the syslog-ng documentation discloses:
At present we are not supporting macOS syslog-ng on our official repository on GitHub. However, you can compile syslog-ng yourself following this guide.
That’s what I did. I compiled syslog-ng from source following the official documentation. But I encountered…
It’s difficult to choose only the 25 best songs among thousands released each year. To be on the list, I considered three basic rules:
Many of them are not the typical songs you will find in commercial playlists because I do not listen to commercial radio. So if you want to discover new tunes you might have missed, then you have come to the right place.