Minemeld on CentOS

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Minemeld on CentOS

I have seen a few older threads referencing minemeld on CentOS using ansible or docker etc, Does anyone have it running on CentOS natively without the use of other 3rd party tools? or an up to date walkthrough? The Ubuntu 14.04 setup is quick, simple, and just works but since there are no packagse (is this still the case?) I don't want to spend hours wrestling it onto a CentOS box if there is a quick easy way now

 

TIA!

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Re: Minemeld on CentOS

Hi @hshawn,

currently there 3 ways of installing MM on CentOS:

- manual installation (not documented)

- Ansible

- docker

 

You can just use Ansible and delete it after the installation.

 

Any reason you need to use CentOS?

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Re: Minemeld on CentOS

Thanks @lmori I think I am going to shoot for the Ansilble route. CentOS is simply our standard for any Linux deployments.

L0 Member

Re: Minemeld on CentOS

While INstallaing Minemeld in Ansible ( RHEL 7.5 ).

 

got this error:      request to https //bower.herokuapp.com/packages/angular-route failed with 502

 

Manually I've installed 

 

1. npm install -g bower even though still the issue same.

 

Please help me how to mitigate this.

L1 Bithead

Re: Minemeld on CentOS

The JSON syntax of the file is in correct. I just posed in this today.

L7 Applicator

Re: Minemeld on CentOS

Hi @NagaPrasad1987,

please check https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/MineMeld-Discussions/MineMeld-install-error-bower-install/m-p/2...

 

We applied a workaround and installation via Ansible should be working again.

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