How to Install JBoss on CentOS 8


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Installing JBoss on CentOS 8

JBoss is an open-source Java-based application server that is used to deploy and manage Java applications. It provides a robust and scalable environment for running enterprise-level applications.

Here are the steps to install JBoss on CentOS 8:

  1. Update the system packages by running the following commands in the terminal:
  2. sudo dnf update
  3. Download the latest version of JBoss from the official website. You can find the link to the download page here.
  4. Extract the downloaded file to a suitable directory. For example:
  5. tar -xf jboss-XXXXX.tar.gz -C /opt/
  6. Set the JBOSS_HOME environment variable by adding the following line to the .bashrc or .bash_profile file:
  7. export JBOSS_HOME=/opt/jboss-XXXXX
  8. Reload the environment variables by running either of the following commands:
  9. source ~/.bashrc or source ~/.bash_profile
  10. To start JBoss, navigate to the JBoss bin directory and execute the following command:
  11. ./standalone.sh
  12. By default, JBoss will be available on port 8080. You can access the JBoss Management Console by opening a web browser and entering the following URL:
  13. http://localhost:8080/

Congratulations! You have successfully installed JBoss on CentOS 8.

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