I’ve added a new test file for GVM 22.4.0 on Ubuntu 22.04. However the issue i encounter so far is that ospd-openvas, notus-scanner etc ends up under /usr/local/local/bin instead of intended folders. I’m on vacation at the moment and do not have too much time to sit troubleshoot but if anyone can test and give feed back would be more than welcome!
So I’ve finally did install GVM 22.4.0 on Ubuntu 22.04. There’s a few changes you’ll need to make and some of my solutions might not be the best. However, will do some tests, such as scans etc., and then later update my website.
@bricks I will of course post the changes I had to make here as well to maybe enhance the installation process for e.g. Ubuntu users.
@libellux Thanks so much for these guides, they are sincerely appreciated!
I’m trying to follow your guide to install 21.4.5 on Ubuntu 20.04. The machine had 20.80 running without issue, but as it’s EOL, it’s time to upgrade! Everything was moving smoothly until we got to Lns 77-87, where the foolowing error always occurs:
– Checking for module ‘libgvm_base>=21.4.1’
– No package ‘libgvm_base’ found
CMake Error at /usr/share/cmake-3.16/Modules/FindPkgConfig.cmake:463 (message):
A required package was not found
Call Stack (most recent call first):
– Configuring incomplete, errors occured!
Would you or @bricks be so kind as to advise how to resolve this? Thanks in advance!
I think this topic can be closed. As I announced on my website (Greenbone Vulnerability Manager | Libellux) I will no longer write guides on how-to install GVM from source (well i might update it if out of my own interest ) but switching focus to creating .deb packages.
Thanks everyone for the support, feedback and bug reports during all this time!