As a heads up, I tried running
safe_vault on my VPS (not digital ocean) that runs CentOS7 and it complained that I didn’t have a recent enough version of
glibc. Changing the
libc6 (same thing, just another name for it) version is very dangerous, and no other versions are available in the repos - for good reason.
For a reference, when installing my favorite distro - bunsenlabs (formerly crunchbang) it pops up with this warning:
While FOSS is primarily about freedom and choice, certain choices are known to carry an increased risk of breaking things in BunsenLabs.
Two of the riskier things are:
- adding Ubuntu PPAs or unknown/untrusted repos to your
/etc/apt/sources.list or /etc/apt/sources.list.d
- installing a package that wants a newer version of libc6
More information on some of the riskier things, the above included,
can be found here:
(Right click the above link and choose “Open Link” to visit the page.)
I’ll have to spin up a Fedora Server VPS or something else that is more bleeding edge in order to run vaults on it.