# Installing on CentOS or Red Hat Linux distributions
# Installing Rundeck
# 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
- Navigate to http://localhost:4440/ (opens new window) in a browser
- Log in with the username admin and password admin
Rundeck is now up and running!
Next, learn how to create your first Process Automation project
# Note about Linux Groups
If you installed Rundeck using the RPM installation method, it will have created a unix group called "rundeck".
$ groups rundeck rundeck : rundeck
Consult the usermod (opens new window) command to modify a user account.