Having a problem running Kibana

Hi. I am new to ElasticSearch and am trying to get up and running with
Kibana. I already have ElasticSearch running and am completely confused
with how to now get Kibana going as well. So i download and extracted
Kibana to the same directory where my ElasticSearch is running from. Now i
went into the config.js file and replaced a line with this:

elasticsearch: “http://bluerubez-elasticsearch.ngrok.com:80”,

Now... How do i start up Kibana ?

I am not a networking guy at all. Also the name of the idk Marvel
Character i got was Sam Wilson and my http is 10.0.0.4 and the port was
9200.

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Ok just realized i was trying to use ngrok here also both all i want to do
is first to replicate the tutorial then i can worry about ngrok later. So,
in my config.js file what should i put here

elasticsearch: “http:// ? ”,

Then how do i :

  1. Copy the contents of the extracted directory to your webserver

and then what do i type into the bowser to

  1. Point your browser at your shiny new installation

Thanks in advance

On Sunday, January 25, 2015 at 9:30:25 PM UTC-5, G Lees wrote:

Hi. I am new to ElasticSearch and am trying to get up and running with
Kibana. I already have ElasticSearch running and am completely confused
with how to now get Kibana going as well. So i download and extracted
Kibana to the same directory where my ElasticSearch is running from. Now i
went into the config.js file and replaced a line with this:

elasticsearch: “http://bluerubez-elasticsearch.ngrok.com:80”,

Now... How do i start up Kibana ?

I am not a networking guy at all. Also the name of the idk Marvel
Character i got was Sam Wilson and my http is 10.0.0.4 and the port was
9200.

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You need to use a webserver, Apache, nginx or IIS.

On 26 January 2015 at 13:39, G Lees bluerubez@gmail.com wrote:

Ok just realized i was trying to use ngrok here also both all i want to do
is first to replicate the tutorial then i can worry about ngrok later. So,
in my config.js file what should i put here

elasticsearch: “http:// ? ”,

Then how do i :

  1. Copy the contents of the extracted directory to your webserver

and then what do i type into the bowser to

  1. Point your browser at your shiny new installation

Thanks in advance

On Sunday, January 25, 2015 at 9:30:25 PM UTC-5, G Lees wrote:

Hi. I am new to ElasticSearch and am trying to get up and running with
Kibana. I already have ElasticSearch running and am completely confused
with how to now get Kibana going as well. So i download and extracted
Kibana to the same directory where my ElasticSearch is running from. Now i
went into the config.js file and replaced a line with this:

elasticsearch: “http://bluerubez-elasticsearch.ngrok.com:80”,

Now... How do i start up Kibana ?

I am not a networking guy at all. Also the name of the idk Marvel
Character i got was Sam Wilson and my http is 10.0.0.4 and the port was
9200.

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Ok but could you tell me how exactly please. Preferably with ngrok

On Sunday, January 25, 2015 at 9:56:12 PM UTC-5, Mark Walkom wrote:

You need to use a webserver, Apache, nginx or IIS.

On 26 January 2015 at 13:39, G Lees <blue...@gmail.com <javascript:>>
wrote:

Ok just realized i was trying to use ngrok here also both all i want to
do is first to replicate the tutorial then i can worry about ngrok later.
So, in my config.js file what should i put here

elasticsearch: “http:// ? ”,

Then how do i :

  1. Copy the contents of the extracted directory to your webserver

and then what do i type into the bowser to

  1. Point your browser at your shiny new installation

Thanks in advance

On Sunday, January 25, 2015 at 9:30:25 PM UTC-5, G Lees wrote:

Hi. I am new to ElasticSearch and am trying to get up and running with
Kibana. I already have ElasticSearch running and am completely confused
with how to now get Kibana going as well. So i download and extracted
Kibana to the same directory where my ElasticSearch is running from. Now i
went into the config.js file and replaced a line with this:

elasticsearch: “http://bluerubez-elasticsearch.ngrok.com:80”,

Now... How do i start up Kibana ?

I am not a networking guy at all. Also the name of the idk Marvel
Character i got was Sam Wilson and my http is 10.0.0.4 and the port was
9200.

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