OpenXDAS is destined to become the industry standard open source auditing framework. As
such, accessibility is paramount. OpenXDAS is currently released in binary RPM and
various archive formats. In addition to these binary packages, no open source project
would be complete without being released in source form. OpenXDAS provides source
packages in the form of source RPM's and source archives.
The following MD5 checksums are provided to give you confidence that you've obtained official OpenXDAS download packages:
For access to older releases, please see the OpenXDAS project download page on SourceForge.net.
The OpenSuSE Build Service (OBS)
We've started making full use of the OpenSUSE Build Service (OBS). This cool service allows us to build installation packages for multiple versions of OpenSuSE and for other distributions, such as RedHat, CentOS, XUbuntu, and Debian. Check out the OpenSuSE Software Download Site for access to the latest OpenXDAS installation packages. Enter the keyword openxdas in the search dialog, and select your platform (or choose "all" to see all options).
Getting the Java Client
The OpenXDAS Java client may be downloaded directly as a .jar file (refer to the links
on the right). You may also obtain it as part of any of the binary installation packages,
including the Windows .msi package or the SuSE/RedHat .rpm packages.
We're also now providing a log4j appender for OpenXDAS. See the links on the right.