First, why are you installing 4.0.5? That is an ancient version. You should install 5.1.0 instead.
Second, what do you mean by "nothing is happen"? Do you mean that after 8 hours the download has not finished? Or do you mean something else?
If it is a download problem, what URL are you getting the downloads from? I just now downloaded 4.0.5 and it took only about 12 minutes.
Hello Mr Peter,
now i execute the (jems-installer-1.2.0.CR1 ) jar :a graphical installer and an error is always appearing (java.io.filenotfound exception) in the end of installation.
searching for a solution take me 8 hour sir.
so after downloading the 5.0 version what i have to do after that.
thank you very much sir
o after downloading the 5.0 version what i have to do after that.
Unzip the zip file.
See this: http://www.jboss.org/index.html?module=bb&op=viewtopic&p=4205258
That is for an older version on Linux, but the steps still apply (on Windows, ignore step 4 and use run.bat in step 5)
Hi Mr Peter,
i unzipped the zip file us you said
after that i put this commande in dos shell:
cd c:\unzipped file\bin
chmod a+x *.sh
but an error is generated chmod commande do not exist.
is it write what i did sir
thank you sir
Why did you try the chmod command? I said to ignore step 4.
Hi sir ,
sorry for the mistake
is it right what i did sir
i tried .\run.sh command
but a window appeared:
windows can not open this file run.sh
u should choose a program to do it:
use web service
use installed program
I also said to use run.bat in step 5.
sorry sir bad luck
Error:no server jvm at c:\progrmfiles\java\jre1.6.0-07\bin\server\jvm.dll
Hi mr peter,
every thing is good now :
i Opened a browser, and entered the url: http://localhost:8080. and i-m seeing the home page. is it the final step.
jboss is installed now if its not what i have to do
thank you so much sir ,this is only because of you thank you another time
You are trying to run with a JRE, you need to set JAVA_HOME to where you installed a JDK. Either that or edit the run.bat file to remove the check for the 'server' JVM - to do that, comment out these lines:
"%JAVA%" -server -version 2>&1 | findstr /I hotspot > nul if not errorlevel == 1 ( set "JAVA_OPTS=%JAVA_OPTS% -server" )
If you see the home page, it is installed.
thank u *10000000000000000000
but where i have to put the code
"%JAVA%" -server -version 2>&1 | findstr /I hotspot > nul
if not errorlevel == 1 (
set "JAVA_OPTS=%JAVA_OPTS% -server"
My post about commenting out the code was in regards to your earlier post about the 'server' JVM. Since you stated that you now have it running, you can ignore that post.