OpenSCAP Error: Conversion of the string "-" to an integer (64 bits) failed: Invalid argument [oval_cmp.c:113]
shawn at redhat.com
Tue May 27 21:02:00 UTC 2014
On 5/27/14, 4:54 PM, Jackson, George C III CTR DISA PEO-MA (US) wrote:
> Actually it still doesn't work with the latest
> scap-security-guide-0.5.0-InitialDraft.tar.gz I downloaded directly from the
> git repo this morning. If I use the oscap from Red Hat's
> openscap-1.0.8-1.el6_5.x86_64 with the cmd line of:
> oscap xccdf eval --profile stig-rhel6-server-upstream --results
> hera101-results.xml --report hera101-report.html --cpe
> I still get:
> Profile "stig-rhel6-server-upstream" was not found.
> If I do the same with --profile stig-server or --profile server I get output
> on a few checks but then error out with
> OpenSCAP Error: Selector ID(ensure_logrotate_activated) does not exist in
> Benchmark. [xccdf_policy.c:1904]
> Selector ID(service_postfix_enabled) does not exist in Benchmark.
> So I went back to the oscap I compiled which didn't give any errors but every
> check gave a "Result: notapplicable". I compiled with:
> ./configure --enable-cce --enable-sce
> so I still don't know what I'm doing wrong. Any ideas?
The .tar.gz of SSG you mentioned is well over 18 months old. Mind
sharing where you nabbed it (the link should probably be taken down)?
Are you able to use the latest SSG RPM? Download instructions at:
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