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Kibana can also be installed from our package repositories using apt or yum. See Repositories in the Guide.
Run bin/kibana (or bin\kibana.bat on Windows)
Click on the link provided in the terminal, or point your browser at http://localhost:5601 and follow enrollment instructions to connect to Elasticsearch
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