This article provides information for implementing the Managed Threat Response MTR on Linux - The system requirements and the supported platforms
Sophos Linux MTR has the below system requirements, these need to be met in order to successfully deploy Linux MTR. If these requirements are met on a popular Linux distribution that Sophos has not explicitly tested then Sophos Technical Support will respond to and work to resolve customer-submitted questions and problems to determine whether the issue is platform specific. Technical product issues will be investigated using Sophos’ existing maintenance process, on the basis that the problem can be replicated in the Sophos testing environments on the platforms supported below. If a technical product issue is deemed to be specific to the distribution and cannot be replicated in Sophos’ testing environments, or if a software update is required to provide a resolution, such issues may fall outside the scope of support.
• Free Disk Space: 1 GB
• Memory: 2 GB
• System type: x64
• Systemd supported and running
• Kernel that supports GLIBC version 2.17 or higher
• Bash installed
Sophos have tested, the latest point releases on the following platforms:
• Amazon Linux 2
• CentOS 7
• CentOS 8
• CentOS Minimal
• RHEL 7
• RHEL 8
• Ubuntu 18.04 (LTS)
• Ubuntu Minimal
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