Tag: Amazon Linux
|Published: November 2023
On OpenSuse 15.5 to install PostgreSQL 16 use: zypper install postgresql16 postgresql16-server postgresql16-contrib On Amazon Linux 2 to install PostgreSQL 14 use: amazon-linux-extras install postgresql14 On Fedora or Redhat to install PostgreSQL 15 use: yum install postgresql15 Shared memory Most Linux distributions will come with shared memory already suitably configured for running PostgreSQL.
|Published: October 2023
Servers Operating system ▢ OpenSuse 15.5 ▢ Amazon Linux 2 / 2023 ▢ Fedora 33 The product is tested on OpenSuse 15.5 but will run on most modern Linux versions supporting systemd.
In OpenSuse the former directory will be used, in Amazon Linux, Fedora and Redhat the latter will be used.
On OpenSuse use: zypper install java-17-openjdk java-17-openjdk-headless On Amazon Linux, Fedora or Redhat instead use: yum install java-17-amazon-corretto java-17-amazon-corretto-headless If Java was already installed you may need to check the correct JRE is set as the default: update-alternatives --config java
Automatic starting To enable Apache to start when the server is booted, on OpenSuse use: systemctl enable apache2 systemctl start apache2 On Amazon Linux, Fedora or Redhat use: systemctl enable httpd systemctl start httpd
/usr/share/sendmail-cf/mailer Sendmail mailer configuration files for Fedora and Amazon Linux.
|Published: April 2021
On OpenSuse use: zypper install tomcat On Amazon Linux instead use: amazon-linux-extras install tomcat9 Configuration Configuration files for Tomcat are normally located in /etc/tomcat or /etc/tomcat8.