Installing Light Agent for Linux
January 10, 2024
Light Agent for Linux can be installed on a virtual machine in one of the following ways:
- Remotely from the administrator's workstation using Kaspersky Security Center.
If fanotify technology is not supported by the operating system of the virtual machine on which you are planning to install Light Agent for Linux, the Linux operating system kernel module must be compiled to handle operations performed on file system objects. Compilation will be performed automatically after Light Agent for Linux is installed. To ensure that compilation completed successfully, prior to installing Light Agent for Linux you need to download the source code of the operating system kernel to the virtual machine and install the compilation packages (gcc, binutils, glibc, glibc-devel, make, ld) on the virtual machine. If you are planning to install Light Agent remotely through Kaspersky Security Center or from the command line in silent mode, the source code of the operating system kernel must be placed in the default folder.