Kibana: command not found


#1

I installed kibana with apt-get in ubuntu 14.04

Then I want to install sense, but there is no kibana command.

Where is it installed?


(Joshua Rich) #2

It will be under /opt/kibana/bin. The packages do not add their scripts/binaries into the usual bin directories. If you need to call them directly like when installing plugins, you'll have to specify the full or relative path to them.


#3

Thank you. Got it. I've installed sense.

Is there any document about this installation location?


(Joshua Rich) #4

No I don't believe the install paths for the packages are documented. The instructions for installing plugins, for example Sense, assume you are already in the Kibana install path (i.e., /opt/kibana) and the command examples use relative paths.


#5

Ok, I think the default installation path should should be documented. Anyway, thank you.


(Magnus B├Ąck) #6

You can always use dpkg-query -L name-of-package to list the files installed by a package.


#7

Thank you so much.


(system) #8