[Linux-aus] laptop monitoring

Timo Trinks timo at trinks.net
Wed May 25 12:37:23 AEST 2022

Hi Russell,

Perhaps fleet (osquery) [1] is worth a look?



[1] https://fleetdm.com

On 25.05.2022 11:55, Russell Coker via linux-aus wrote:
>Is there any good FOSS solution for monitoring a fleet of laptops?  I want to
>check that they have security updates installed (ie the unattended-updates
>package in Debian/Ubuntu is doing what is expected) and that they are applied
>(rebooted in the case of kernel updates).  Also checking for other things like
>disk space usage would be good.  The data should be sent to a server via some
>secure method (HTTPS or XMPP) and then be searchable.
>Basically something similar to MS Endpoint Manager.
>Any suggestions?
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