# Installing on CentOS or Red Hat Linux distributions

# Rundeck Enterprise

# Install with yum

You can use this script to add the Rundeck Enterprise yum repo and install Rundeck Enterprise cluster:

curl https://bintray.com/rundeckpro/rpm/rpm | sudo tee /etc/yum.repos.d/bintray-rundeckpro-rpm.repo
sudo yum install java rundeckpro-enterprise

When new versions of Rundeck Enterprise are released, you can upgrade to them using the command:

sudo yum update rundeckpro-enterprise

# Install rpm package directly

Download rpm package: http://download.rundeck.com/eval/ and run:

sudo rpm -i rundeckpro-enterprise-3.3.3-20200910-1.noarch.rpm

# Open Source Rundeck

# Install with yum

You can use this script to add the Rundeck yum repo and install Rundeck:

rpm -Uvh http://repo.rundeck.org/latest.rpm
sudo yum install rundeck java

When new versions of Rundeck are released, you can upgrade to them using the command:

sudo yum update rundeck

# Install rpm package directly

Download rpm package: http://rundeck.org/downloads.html and run:

sudo rpm -i rundeck-3.3.3-20200910-1.noarch.rpm

# Starting Rundeck

To start Rundeck:

sudo service rundeckd start

To verify that the service started correctly, tail the logs:

tail -f /var/log/rundeck/service.log

The service is ready once you see something similar to:

Grails application running at http://localhost:4440 in environment: production

# Logging in for the first time

  1. Navigate to http://localhost:4440/ in a browser
  2. Log in with the username admin and password admin

Rundeck is now up and running!

Next, learn how to create your first Rundeck Enterprise project