In questo articolo vedremo come installare Funambol 10.0.3 su un server Debian Wheezy. Innanzitutto, dobbiamo installare sul server il Java jdk: $ apt-get install default-jdk In seguito, creiamo una cartella in cui scaricare e decomprimere Funambol (al momento, alla versione 10.0.3): $ mkdir -p /opt/Funambol $ cd /opt/Funambol $ wget -c http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/funambol/bundle/v10/funambol-10.0.3-x64.bin $ chmod +x funambol-10.0.3-x64.bin $ ./funambol-10.0.3-x64.bin Ora, abbiamo bisogno di un utente specifico per far girare Funambol. Così, creiamo un gruppo chiamato funambol ed anche un utente chiamato funambol con /opt/Funambol come cartella home:
In this post we will cover how to install Funambol 10.0.3 on Debian Wheezy server. First of all, we need to install Java jdk on server: $ apt-get install default-jdk Then, let’s create a folder to download and uncompress Funambol (at the moment, at version 10.0.3): $ mkdir -p /opt/Funambol $ cd /opt/Funambol $ wget -c http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/funambol/bundle/v10/funambol-10.0.3-x64.bin $ chmod +x funambol-10.0.3-x64.bin $ ./funambol-10.0.3-x64.bin Now, we need a specific user to make Funambol run.
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