Agent 2.4.x/2.5.x

Due to several configuration changes since 2.4 series, RPM for 2.4 or 2.5 releases of the agent are not available from EPEL repository; you’ll have to use our COPR repository.

To get it installed, run:

$ sudo yum copr enable trasher/fusioninventory-agent

If the above command does not work, ensure package “yum-plugin-copr” is installed.

If, for any reason, the copr plugin is not available, go to the COPR repository page, click on “Repo Download” button for your version, and put down the file in /etc/yum.repos.d/ directory.

RHEL/Centos 7.x

The FusionInventory team maintains RPM packages in the EPEL repository. Once the repository is installed, just run:

# yum install fusioninventory-agent fusioninventory-agent-task-inventory

If you plan to use agent in daemon mode (default), don’t forget to start the service and enable it:

# systemctl start fusioninventory-agent
# systemctl enable fusioninventory-agent

RHEL/Centos 6.x

The FusionInventory team maintains RPM packages in the EPEL repository. Once the repository is installed, just run:

# yum install fusioninventory-agent fusioninventory-agent-task-inventory

If you plan to use agent in daemon mode (default), don’t forget to start the service and enable it:

# service fusioninventory-agent start
# chkconfig fusioninventory-agent on

RHEL/Centos 5.x

An old fusioninventory-agent package was provided by FusionInventory team. You can retrieve it from openSUSE Build Service.

Beware, you’all also need the EPEL repository. See EPEL wiki for details.

Agent installation:

# yum install fusioninventory-agent fusioninventory-agent-task-inventory