SOLVED CPANEL-40005 - Ubuntu cPanel Security advisor still shows yum update instead of apt-get

Spirogg

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A KernelCare update is available.
You must take one of the following actions to ensure the system is up-to-date:

  • Patch the kernel (run “kcarectl --update” on the command line).
  • Update the system (run “yum -y update” on the command line), and reboot the system.
not sure where to post the Ubuntu stuff I find wrong ?
you can point me in the right forum or is here fine ?

Thanks
Spiro
 
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Spirogg

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Ubuntu does not currently support all the features of kernelcare, for example free symlink patch will not work.
KernelCare is installed and current running kernel version is up to date: 5.4.0-99.112

free kernel care link in advisor worked for me after reboot

[email protected]:~# kcarectl --update
Updates already downloaded
No updates are needed for this kernel
Kernel is safe

its working after soft reboot, 102.2
i just installed it
 

Spirogg

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just FYI

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 Jailed Apache is enabled
 Apache Symlink Protection is enabled
 cPHulk Brute Force Protection is enabled.
 KernelCare is installed and current running kernel version is up to date: 5.4.0-99.112
 MySQL test database does not exist.
 MySQL check for anonymous users
 MySQL is listening only on a local address.
 Password strength requirements are strong.
 The system did not detect processes with outdated binaries.
 SCGI is disabled, currently using the recommended suEXEC.
 The pseudo-user “nobody” is not permitted to send email.
 Outbound SMTP connections are restricted.
 Apache is being queried to determine the actual sender when mail originates from the “nobody” pseudo-user.
 SSH password authentication is disabled.
 Current SSH version is up to date: 1:8.2p1-4ubuntu0.4
 

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@Spirogg - at this point we don't plan to have a separate area of the Forums specifically for Ubuntu issues, so the normal areas are still fine.

I've made case CPANEL-40005 for our developers to look into that interface issue on Ubuntu, and I'll post here once I have some updates. Thanks for reporting this!