[Oisf-users] Properly installing Suricata-Update on latest version of Suricata

Jason Ish ish at unx.ca
Fri Feb 1 18:23:17 UTC 2019

On 2019-02-01 8:32 a.m., 419telegraph298 at protonmail.com wrote:
> Hello all -
> Apologies if this question is obvious, I've been reading over the manual
> for suricata-update and do not have an expert linux background -
> I just did a fresh install of the latest Suricata on a Raspberry pi and
> ran "pip install --upgrade suricata-update" :
> /Collecting suricata-update///
> /Collecting pyyaml (from suricata-update)///
> /Installing collected packages: pyyaml, suricata-update///
> /Successfully installed pyyaml-3.13 suricata-update-1.0.3/
> I cannot get suricata-update to run in the terminal, however, and
> no /var/lib/suricata/update directory was created... 

Whats the error you are getting? Are you running it as root or a
non-root user?  The permission setup is create a setup where you can run
it as a non-root user which is ideal


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