aum not working with CentOS 7

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aum not working with CentOS 7

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Trying to install aum with CentOS7 on cPanel with EA4.

as per your instructions

root@vps [~]# wget -q -O - https://updates.atomicorp.com/installers/aum

. . .

root@vps [~]# aum configure
-bash: aum: command not found

Any advice would be appreciated.
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Re: aum not working with CentOS 7

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Those lock icons in the wiki are confusing. Made me leave off the end part of the command.

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works when you use

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wget -q -O - https://updates.atomicorp.com/installers/aum |bash


now to try to understand the cPanel config instructions
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Re: aum not working with CentOS 7

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Can you tell me if I configure aum to install and update rules only, then what configuration steps do I need to take to make sure the rules are being processed in cPanel?

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Re: aum not working with CentOS 7

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aum will configure modsecurity automatically so whatever web server you are running it will take care of getting modsecurity installed, configured and running correctly.
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Re: aum not working with CentOS 7

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Thanks Mike.

Perhaps you can tell me this.

If aum has installed mod_security, etc.,
When I build a profile with Easy Apache 4 it has a switch for cPanel's version of mod_security.
Do I need to disable that to not overwrite your version?

Does this same logic apply to any other software?
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Also one other question in addition to above.

Is aum supposed to install some GUI for cPanel?
I have no indication that any rules are being processed, except for Apache error logs.
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Re: aum not working with CentOS 7

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You will not want to use cpanels older version of modsecurity. Allow aum to handle all of this for you.

The gui is available in ASL.
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