KernelCare supports the following operating systems:
64bit versions of RHEL/CentOS 6.x & 7.x, CloudLinux 6.x & 7.x, Virtuozzo/PCS/OpenVZ 2.6.32, Debian 6.x & 7.x and Ubuntu LTS 14.04(v3.13 & v4.4) & 16.04 kernels.
See the details of the compatibilities of the nuclei here
To install KernelCare, execute the following command:
curl -s https://repo.cloudlinux.com/kernelcare/kernelcare_install.sh | bash
wget -qq -O - https://repo.cloudlinux.com/kernelcare/kernelcare_install.sh | bash
To register the key:
kcarectl --register $kc_key
To see if the patch was considered:
$ /usr/bin/kcarectl --info
KernelCare will attempt to run an update for new patches every 4 hours.
In order to update the kernel manually, run the following command:
$ /usr/bin/kcarectl --update
Here is a video tutorial for installing KernelCare:
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