Siren Investigate Installation on Redhat machine

Hi Team,

I am trying to download the Siren Platform package on my REDHAT linux machine using the wget command.

right click the link, then used the copied link as investigate-link as follows:

wget {investigate-link}.zip

I am not able to download it it says Bad request 404 not found error,

however i am able to download this on my local windows machine with same investigate-link URL.

Can you please suggest the correct URL to download it on RHEL OS.

Hi

Put the link in double quotes like
wget “{investigate-link}”

Cheers
Simon

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ok thanks let me try that.

Also i have already install ES 6.8.0 on the machine or do i need get it installed from the Siren Package download version.

Hi

Yes you can connect Investigate to your existing Elasticsearch
I think the best is to start by reading the “getting started” document

https://siren.io/getting-started/

Cheers
Simon

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Tried with this one:
Same link which i post it in my last reply
wget “{Investigate-link}”.zip

Same error:

Scheme missing.

This is the correct command

wget "https://download.support.siren.io/platform/download/?component=siren-platform&os=linux&version=10.2.3"

Mind the quotes and do NOT put any .zip at the end
In my previous reply the quotes were automatically changed into the wrong one :frowning:

Cheers
Simon

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Thanks a lot its working now.

One more query i am trying to download the sample data provided in getting started now from this URL

But it doesnt download anything and gives blank page. I tried it in chrome and mozilla broswer also popup are allow.

Hi

Weird I’ve tried just now and first time it gave me a blank page too
Then I tried again and it worked fine. Could it be some temporary Google Drive issue?
Could you try again please

Cheers
Simon

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OK thanks let me try after clearing the browser cache.