I have multiple Linux systems which I want to run the “fls” tool on, but I don’t want to install the Sleuthkit on them. (the idea is to be able to run the tool with the least effort as possible from centralized system such as an EDR).
So my question is is there a way to package just the “fls” tool so that it can run on various Linux systems (most common distributions of Linux)?
I have 0 knowledge in development in C or the Linux environment .
I have stupidly copied the binary from the /usr/bin/ of one machine to another (which doenst have Sleuthkit installed) and it gave me this message:
“./fls: error while loading shared libraries: libvmdk.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory” ~ its obvious I come from a long background of only using Windows system .
So if anyone has a good way of doing this or at least lead me in the correct mindset of solving this issue or even if its possible, I would appreciate any form of help.