[Oisf-users] Suricata 5.0.0 RC1 packages are now available for Ubuntu on Ubuntu PPA (Launchpad)

Peter Manev peter.manev at openinfosecfoundation.org
Wed Sep 25 12:05:20 UTC 2019

Hi ,

Packed with many new features and new protocols added  - please give us
More about Suricata 5.0.0 RC1 features and bug fixes:

Suricata 5.0.0 RC1 packages are now available for Ubuntu on Ubuntu PPA (
Launchpad) - Rust enabled.

   - 16.04 Xenial
   - 18.04 Bionic
   - 19.04 Disco
   - 19.10 Eoan (experimental)

 32 and 64 bit packages available with the following architectures -

   - amd64
   - armhf
   - arm64
   - i386

Some of the new additions in 5.0.0 RC1 include (available in the package)
the tools:

   - suricata-update
   - suricatactl (for use with filestore v2

You can also get some help of how to use the tools by doing "suricata-update
-h" or "suricatactl -h"
The packages are build-in with:

   - *IPS (nfqueue/AFP)*
*All JSON output
   - *GeoIP*
   - *Unix-Socket*
   - *Lua scripting*
   - *NSS(MD5)  enabled*
   - *PIE - Position Independent Executable *
*Redis enabled support *
   - *Rust*

The Ubuntu

   - 18.04 Bionic
   - 19.04 Disco
   - 19.10 Eoan (experimental)

distribution packages are with Hyperscan enabled by default for extra
(Your CPU needs to have the SSSE3 flag. You can check with - cat
By community request there is also available "suricata-dbg" (Suricata with
enabled debug features) package ready to use out of the box install:
"sudo apt-get install suricata-dbg".

Suricata 5.0.0 RC1 is available from our *suricata-beta*  PPA repository.

How to:
Feedback is welcome!

See https://suricata_events.eventbrite.com/ for the current list of planned
training sessions.

Join us and share your experience and feedback

Peter Manev
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