If you have successfully gone through the installer, you are done. You can start JBoss by going to the bin directory and running the run script. ("sh run.sh" is the surest way) Once it is has started, go to http://localhost:8080/ to see what is there.
Hi, thanks for getting into contact with me. Anyway, I performed the following on the command line and it was installed in the correct locations (i.e. Applications folder ):
java -jar jboss-4.0.4RC1-installer.jar
Now, I need to find a Hello World example to get my feet wet. Gotta go and thanks for responding to my post.
Thought I'd also add that if you want to be able to use the components of JBoss 4 that require Java 1.5 then you'll need to set JAVA_HOME to point to the home of Java 1.5. By default Mac OS X is configured to use 1.4.2.
Since I didn't want to make the switch to Java 1.5 globally on my computer I modified the aforementioned run.sh to have the following line: