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Installing X-Pack on a DEB/RPM Package Installation

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Installing X-Pack on a DEB/RPM Package Installation
If you use the DEB/RPM packages to install Elasticsearch, by default Elasticsearch is installed in /usr/share/elasticsearch and the configuration files are stored in /etc/elasticsearch. (For the complete list of default paths, see Debian Directory Layout and RPM Directory Layout in the Elasticsearch Reference.)

To install X-Pack on a DEB/RPM package installation, you need to run bin/plugin install from the /usr/share/elasticsearch directory with superuser permissions:

cd /usr/share/elasticsearch
sudo bin/elasticsearch-plugin install x-pack