Thanks for the suggestions. Just adding here that I am working on the RHEL
6 profiles of SSG and whenever I try to compile after changes, make returns
errors. I am keeping an eye on the git repo for the commits. I'm not sure
what is the difference between in-source and out-of-source builds. Any help?
On 20 June 2017 at 22:00, Martin Preisler <mpreisle(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On Tue, Jun 20, 2017 at 11:20 AM, Shawn Wells
> On Jun 20, 2017, at 5:52 AM, Bertilla Theodore <
> I am new to SCAP technology and trying to learn adding new XCCDF and OVAL
> content to SCAP security guide. I am following the workshop content at
> But they seem to be outdated and I am lost since the directory structure
> the latest SSG is different than the one at the time of the workshop.
> Although I could locate and add a new XCCDF rule, I'm not sure how to
> compile and validate after that. 'make' returns errors as there is no
> Makefile. The ssg macros in CMakeLists.txt are missing their definition,
> cmake is also not working. I am also not able to locate the HTML guide
> I can see the newly added rule (I am guessing that's because I couldn't
> compile in the first place). I've got the SSG source from
> Please help me on how I should proceed. If there is an updated
> documentation, please point it out to me.
> Your advise would be of great help.
> Thanks in advance.
> Best regards
> Bertilla Theodore
Thanks for letting us know about your experience. I have made a PR
that should prevent some of these issues for future users:
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