Installing on Linux-based


  1. Create a Middleware account
  2. Keep logging into your account

Use our one-step easy installation

To install a Middleware agent on a host, copy the Installation command and paste it into the command prompt. Your command will look like the following example, and it will include your API key.

For DEB (Debian Packages : Compatible for Debian and derivative operating systems)

MW_API_KEY=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx TARGET= bash -c "$(curl -L"

For RPM (Package supported by RedHat Package Manager, Compatible for systems like RedHat/CentOS etc.)

MW_API_KEY=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx TARGET=https:/ bash -c "$(curl -L"
Replace the MW_API_KEY value with your API key or directly copy the full command with the API key from the installation menu.
Replace “uid” with the text in the URL (ex URL is “” , here s05zpimz is uid.)

Verify the status of agent

Run the agent’s status command to verify the installation.

sudo systemctl status mwservice

A successful installation returns an Agent Status report that begins with Agent information like following

Uninstall the Middleware agent

To uninstall the middleware agent, please use the following command.

bash -c "$(curl -L"