FIPS packages for AlmaLinux Community
Below are the instructions for installing the TuxCare FIPS 140-3 validated modules for AlmaLinux 9.2, they should be run as root.
For commercial customers of our ESU product, please use the instructions here instead.
By installing this software, you agree to be bound by the terms of the TuxCare Community EULA.
# dnf -y install https://repo.tuxcare.com/fips/tuxcare-fips-release-latest-9.noarch.rpm # dnf -y install openssl-3.0.7-20.el9_2.tuxcare.1 kernel-5.14.0-284.11.1.el9_2.tuxcare.5 # fips-mode-setup --enable # reboot
Once you've logged in after the reboot, run this to confirm it worked (doesn't have to be root):
$ fips-mode-setup --check FIPS mode is enabled. $ uname -r 5.14.0-284.11.1.el9_2.tuxcare.5.x86_64
If you wish to stay on the FIPS validated kernel/openssl packages when a newer AlmaLinux package is available, you can use
dnf versionlock like so:
# dnf -y install 'dnf-command(versionlock)' # dnf versionlock add openssl*tuxcare* kernel*tuxcare*
To revert to the previous behaviour of getting updated kernel/openssl packages from AlmaLinux, run the following as root:
# dnf versionlock delete openssl*tuxcare* kernel*tuxcare*