Tag: jboss

Install JBoss on CentOS with Two Scripts

Several years ago, I wrote a set of instructions how to install JBoss on a RHEL / CentOS Linux operating system. Then, the procedure utilized the GUI, mouse clicks, and the terminal. Well, as my comfort level with Linux has grown, so has the instructions into a script. A prerequisite for JBoss is Java JDK. For JBoss 5.1.0.GA, I elected...Read More »

Setup JBoss on Ubuntu 8.1.0 Server Edition

A recent task was to setup a JBoss Application Server on a Linux box. I created an Ubuntu 8.10 server virtual machine on a VMware Workstation. This was a fresh install of the core operating system only, no optional installation packages were added during the installation. I started from scratch, as too many guides make too many assumptions in their…

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Autorun JBoss on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 (RHEL5) Server

You already have JBoss ready and operational. JBoss can be started through a command line or through a shell script that you have created; however, these steps are manual and an automated approach is desired. The goal is to automate JBoss as a service or daemon. There are many, many tutorials that are all over the internet that offer scripts…

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Setup JBoss on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 (RHEL5) Server

A recent task required an installation and setup of a JBoss Application Server on a Linux box. I origianlly selected the Ubuntu 8.0.4 LTS Server Edition for this task since I have had a little more experience with Ubuntu. I have graduated to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 (RHEL) and CentOS 5.2. I created A RHEL virtual machine with VMware…

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Setup JBoss on Ubuntu 8.0.4 LTS Server Edition

A recent task was to setup a JBoss Application Server on a Linux box. I had selected Ubuntu 8.0.4 LTS Server Edition for this task. I created an Ubuntu virtual machine on a VMware Workstation. This was a fresh install and the only optional installation package added during the installation was LAMP, which should have nothing to do with the…

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