Initializing Sisense on Linux

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To install Sisense, you must download and extract the Sisense Linux archive on your Linux machine. The archive includes five configuration files, one for each deployment type and a fifth generic config.yaml file that contains all parameters for each deployment.

Sisense supports four deployment types:

Sisense recommends using the relevant configuration file for your deployment because it only includes the specific parameters you must define. You can also save the configuration settings so you can reuse the file, or update the settings in the future.

Once the parameters have been defined, you just need to run the script to deploy Sisense, and retrieve the URL to access the Sisense application online.

Note: Before you install Sisense, all Linux non-root users must have sudo permissions to initialize Sisense. Starting from Sisense Linux V8.2.1, Sisense services only run as part of the Sisense user and do not use Root user permissions. If you must install Sisense as a Root user, see Sisense Service Permissions.

Click the link for the instructions to deploy Sisense in the relevant environment:

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