To install Falco on Linux, you can download a shell script that takes care of the necessary steps:
curl -o install_falco -s https://falco.org/script/install
Then verify the SHA256 checksum of the script using the
sha256sum tool (or something analogous):
It should be
Then run the script either as root or with sudo:
sudo bash install_falco
You can install Falco in Kubernetes using Helm. The Falco community supports a helm chart and documentation on how to use it can be found here.
See Installing Helm for information about how to download and install Helm.
@juju4 has helpfully written an Ansible role for Falco,
juju4.falco. It's available on GitHub and Ansible Galaxy. The latest version of Ansible Galaxy (v0.7) doesn't work with Falco 0.9, but the version on GitHub does.
The Kubernetes command-line tool,
kubectl, allows you to run commands against
Kubernetes clusters. You can use
kubectl to deploy applications, inspect and
manage cluster resources, and view logs.
See Install and Set Up
information about how to download and install
kubectl and set it up for
accessing your cluster.
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