How to Install Confluence on Ubuntu 20.04


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Installing Confluence on Ubuntu 20.04

Confluence is a collaboration and documentation tool developed by Atlassian. It allows teams to create, share, and collaborate on content in an organized and structured manner. Confluence is commonly used for knowledge management, project documentation, and team collaboration.

To install Confluence on Ubuntu 20.04, follow these steps:

  1. Update your system packages:
    sudo apt update
  2. Install Java Runtime Environment (JRE):
    sudo apt install default-jre
  3. Check the installed Java version:
    java -version
  4. Download Confluence from the Atlassian website. Make sure to choose the appropriate version for your system architecture:
    wget https://www.atlassian.com/software/confluence/downloads/binary/atlassian-confluence-7.15.7-x64.bin
  5. Make the downloaded file executable:
    chmod +x atlassian-confluence-7.15.7-x64.bin
  6. Run the installer:
    sudo ./atlassian-confluence-7.15.7-x64.bin
  7. Follow the installation wizard prompts to configure Confluence. You may need to specify the installation directory and the port number to use.

Once the installation process is complete, you can access Confluence by navigating to http://localhost:8090 in your web browser. Follow the on-screen instructions to set up the initial configuration.

Please note that this guide provides a basic installation of Confluence. For production environments, it is recommended to use a more secure setup, including HTTPS and a reverse proxy server.

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