Centos 7 bash completion

centos 7 bash completion

Create a new group, jboss, and then create the user jboss and add the user to the jboss group. Sh -c $JBOSS_CONF $JBOSS_BIND_ADDR”} if [ “$JBOSS_USER” = “RUNASIS” ]; then SUBIT=”” else SUBIT=”su – $JBOSS_USER -c ” fi if [ -n “$JBOSS_CONSOLE” -a. Set the required JAVA_HOME and JBOSS_HOME paths
5. DOCTYPE jboss-web PUBLIC “-//JBoss//DTD Web Application 5. #define where jboss is – this is the directory containing directories log, bin, conf etc JBOSS_HOME=${JBOSS_HOME:-“/usr/share/jboss-6. Final so all files are owned by the user jboss we created. -d “$JBOSS_CONSOLE” ]; then # ensure the file exists touch $JBOSS_CONSOLE if [. Final/bin

Open the run. Final

Step 5: Create a start/stop/restart script for JBoss. Bash_profile of the user. 0

Stop JBoss: [[email protected] init. Sh 81068 2008-11-14 15:14:35Z [email protected] Final/bin, copy it to /etc/init. Make sure JBoss is started and you should now be able to access the Jboss Console at:

//yourdomain. This post will cover installing JBoss 6. — A security constraint that restricts access ContextServlet An example security config that only allows users with the role ‘friend’ to access the JBossWS console web application /* friend –>

Un-comment the security-constraint section so it appears thus:

ContextServlet An example security config that only allows users with the role ‘friend’ to access the JBossWS console web application /* friend

Next, still in the WEB-INF directory, edit the jboss-web. [[email protected] ~]# chown -Rf jboss. 3V2//EN” “//www. 0 on CentOS 5. Properties file for use with the UsersRolesLoginModule mywsuser=friend

Open jbossws-users. Name=$PROGNAME $JAVA_OPTS”

Directly below this, add the desired parameters. Line 22, Set the JBOSS_HOME to where we unpacked JBoss in step 2 above:
JBOSS_HOME=${JBOSS_HOME:-“/usr/share/jboss-6. Name=$PROGNAME $JAVA_OPTS” JAVA_OPTS=”$JAVA_OPTS -Xms128m -Xmx256m”

I’m installing this on a small VPS so I’m using JAVA_OPTS=”$JAVA_OPTS -Xms128m -Xmx256m”. Properties in a text editor it should appear as below. Securing the Web Service Console
11. D and rename it to ‘jboss’:

So, as root:

[[email protected] ~]# cd /usr/share/jboss-6. -d “$JBOSS_HOME” ]; then echo JBOSS_HOME does not exist as a valid directory : $JBOSS_HOME exit 1 fi echo JBOSS_CMD_START = $JBOSS_CMD_START case “” in start) cd $JBOSS_HOME/bin if [ -z “$SUBIT” ]; then eval $JBOSS_CMD_START >${JBOSS_CONSOLE} 2>&1 & else $SUBIT “$JBOSS_CMD_START >${JBOSS_CONSOLE} 2>&1 &” fi ;; stop) if [ -z “$SUBIT” ]; then $JBOSS_CMD_STOP else $SUBIT “$JBOSS_CMD_STOP” fi ;; restart)

This post briefly outlines how one can force a ntp (Network Time Protocol) sync with the ntp servers defined in the /etc/ntp.


I follow each steps and everything went fine then even i didn’t have any problem with “Database mismatch” issue that u’ve mentioned but after rebooting a black screen appears with mouse cursor on it and that’s it nothing happin, and i logged in using terminal tried to using Yum to install new desktop environment and an error appears tells me that “There is no installed groups file”.

start ;; *) echo “usage:

—> vim /etc/yum. Org/centos/6/upg/x86_64/
gpgkey=file:///etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-CentOS-6. D/, named something like upgradetool. Repo –>add the below> [upg]
name=CentOS-$releasever – Upgrade Tool
baseurl=//dev. 1st)Create a Repo file in /etc/yum.

(start|stop|restart|help)” esac

Step 6: Run JBoss as a Service. Zip’ saved [181267148/181267148]

Move (mv) or copy (cp) the file to /usr/share/jboss-6. 3V2//EN” “//www. 0 Shutdown message has been posted to the server. Access the JBoss Admin console
8. Properties file in text editor and change the password. Configure JBoss to run as a service
7. [[email protected] ~]# groupadd jboss [[email protected] ~]# useradd -s /bin/bash -g jboss jboss

Change ownership of the JBoss home directory, /usr/share/jboss-6. DOCTYPE jboss-web PUBLIC “-//JBoss//DTD Web Application 2. If you are on 32 bit, you’ll need: jdk-6u24-linux-i586. To run JBoss as a service and enable start up at boot, make the script we created above executable and add it to our chkconfig so it starts at boot. Add lines 3,4, and 5:
# description: JBoss Start Stop Restart
# processname: jboss
# chkconfig: 234 20 80
2. # A sample roles. Step 10: Secure the Web Service Console

To secure the Web Service Console, go to:

/usr/share/jboss-6. Add line 34, which sets the JBOSS_HOST to 0. Shutdown –shutdown”} if [ -z “`echo $PATH | grep $JAVAPTH`” ]; then export PATH=$PATH:$JAVAPTH fi if [. [[email protected] ~]# su jboss [[email protected] ~]# echo $JAVA_HOME /usr/java/jdk1. You can do this by adding the following to your IP tables:

[[email protected] ~]# iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp -m tcp –dport 80 -j REDIRECT –to-ports 8080 [[email protected] ~]# iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p udp -m udp –dport 80 -j REDIRECT –to-ports 8080. (If you are looking to install JBoss 7, please see my post here: //www. 0_24 [[email protected] ~]# echo $JBOSS_HOME /usr/share/jboss-6. You should set this to whatever is appropriate to your server and application. Final export JBOSS_HOME

To set the JAVA_HOME for users, we add this to the user ~/. Secure the JMX Console
10. 0_24″} #configuration to use, usually one of ‘minimal’, ‘default’, ‘all’ JBOSS_CONF=${JBOSS_CONF:-“default”} #if JBOSS_HOST specified, use -b to bind jboss services to that address JBOSS_HOST=”0. [[email protected] ~]# mkdir /usr/java

Change to the /usr/java directory we created and install the JDK using ‘sh /opt/jdk-6u24-linux-x64. The JDK is specific to 32 and 64 bit versions. We’ll use this for our JAVA_HOME a bit later in step

Step 2: Download and Install JBoss 6. D/jboss

In the jboss script (shown completed below), make the following changes:

1. D]# chkconfig –add jboss [[email protected] init. # Setup JBoss specific properties JAVA_OPTS=”-Dprogram. Configure JBoss to run on port 80
Step 1: Download and Install the Java Development Kit (JDK)

You can download the JDK here: //www. Xml file, which will look as below:


Uncomment the security-domain so it appears thus:

Un-comment the security-constraint section so it appears thus:

HtmlAdaptor An example security config that only allows users with the role JBossAdmin to access the HTML JMX console web application /* JBossAdmin

Next, still in the WEB-INF directory, edit the jboss-web. Bin

Download the appropriate JDK and save it to a directory. Final/bin [[email protected] bin]# cp jboss_init_redhat. Com:8080 or //yourip:8080

The default user name and password for the JBoss Admin Console is admin/admin

Access the Admin Console by clicking on the Administration Console link. Towards the bottom, you will find the security-constraint as shown below:

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