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  • Quickstart Script

      Kolide Quickstart is a bash script that uses Docker to quickly spin up Kolide Fleet and its dependencies in your environment. Details can be found in the Kolide Quickstart Github Repo.

      To get started quickly...

    1. Clone or download and unzip the quick start repository

      git clone https://github.com/kolide/kolide-quickstart.git
    2. Run the script

      cd kolide-quickstart && ./demo.sh up simple
    3. (Optionally) Add some containerized hosts to immediately test Fleet's capabilities

      ./demo.sh add_hosts 10
    4. Navigate to https://localhost:8412 (or the IP/DNS name of the server running Fleet) to log in with the credentials supplied in the output of step 2. Note that your web browser will warn you about the self-signed TLS certificate generated by this quick setup.

      Want to add more test hosts? Enroll your Mac? Provide a TLS certificate for the server to use? See the Kolide Quickstart Github Repo for more details.

  • Docker Image

    1. Pull the latest Fleet docker image.

      docker pull kolide/fleet:latest
    2. Finishing setting up Fleet

      Once the docker image is up you can visit the Docker installation docs to learn how to configure Fleet before running it for the first time.

    3. Once configuration is complete, visit your instance to complete setup!

  • Heroku

      Click the button below to start the Heroku deployment process. Follow the instructions on screen to complete the installation.

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      Once deployment is complete, visit your instance to complete setup!

  • Download Binary

    1. Download the Fleet binary archive.

      curl -O https://dl.kolide.co/bin/fleet_latest.zip
    2. Unzip the binary

      # For a Darwin compatible binary
      unzip fleet_latest.zip 'darwin/*' -d fleet
      cp fleet/darwin/fleet_darwin_amd64 /usr/bin/fleet
      
      # For a Linux compatible binary
      unzip fleet_latest.zip 'linux/*' -d fleet
      cp fleet/linux/fleet_linux_amd64 /usr/bin/fleet
    3. Test the binary to ensure it runs

      /usr/bin/fleet --help
    4. Finish setting up Fleet

      Once the binary is extracted and outputs the help text, you can visit the installation docs to learn how to configure Fleet.

    5. Once configuration is complete, visit your instance to complete setup!

  • Build the Source

    1. Download the source

      go get -u github.com/kolide/fleet
    2. Build the code

      make deps
      make generate
      make
      ./build/fleet --help
    3. Finishing setting up Fleet

      Once the package is installed, you can visit the configuration docs to learn how to configure Kolide before running it for the first time.

    4. Once deployment is complete, visit your instance to complete setup!