The Jiglu RPM packages can be downloaded from https://www.jiglu.com/download/.
First install the public key for the Jiglu RPM packages so that they can be verified as genuine:
rpm --import jiglu-rpm-key.txt
Now copy the packages to a directory on the server and then use:
rpm -U jiglu-version.rpm jiglu-webapp-version.rpm
Changing version for the version number of the RPMs.
There is a large amount of flexibility in configuring Jiglu for different architectures and installation sizes. This is controlled through the
/etc/jiglu/bootstrap.properties file. At a minimum the following properties in the file need to be changed:
The protocol by which end-users access the site. This will normally be https.
The host at which end-users access the site. This needs to match the value you set in Tomcat’s server.xml.
The port at which end-users access the site. This will normally be 443 to match the https protocol above.
The domain at which email messages are sent to the Jiglu system.
The hostname of the mail server that will send on email messages from the Jiglu system.
The port of the mail server that will send on email messages from the Jiglu system. For a mail submission agent, such as sendmail or postfix, running on the same machine this will normally be 587. For external hosts it will normally be 25.
The JDBC URL for connecting to the database server.
The password for the Jiglu database user at the database server.
|The password for the Jiglu owner user at the database server.|