Atomic OSSEC supports unattended installations. That means you can use the configuration of one system as the template for a new system. The installer will not ask questions for options that are templated. This document explains how to perform an unattended installation.
Step 1: Create (or copy) an attended installation configuration file /root/awp.cfg with the following minimal contents:
USERNAME="<license username>" PASSWORD="<license password>" KERNEL_CHANNEL="disabled" FW_INBOUND_TCP_SERVICES="22,80,443,1514,1515,1516,30001" OPENID_CONNECT_INTEGRATION="on" OSSEC_ACTIVE_RESPONSE="yes" OSSEC_NOTIFY="no" CONFIGURED="yes"
Step 2: Copy the Configuration File to the System
From the system with Atomic OSSEC already installed copy the following file:/etc/as/config
To the system you want to install AO on, or upgrade in this file:/root/awp.cfg
You can do this on the same system if you want a totally unattended upgrade of an exisiting AO system to occur.
Step 3: Go to the root users directory
On the new system, without AO install:cd /root/
Step 4: Run the Atomic OSSEC Installer
Run the installer as you normally would as the root on the system with the file /root/awp.cfg
cd /root wget -q -O - https://updates.atomicorp.com/installers/awp-hub |sh