Tag: Configuration (Configure, Configuring, configured)

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Jiglu installation directories

/etc/jiglu Configuration files.

Configuring Apache

On OpenSuse use: zypper install apache2 On Amazon Linux 2 instead use: yum install httpd mod_ssl Configuration While Tomcat can be used on its own to directly service clients, normally we would recommend using it behind Apache to take advantage of its cacheing facilities.

Configuring DKIM signing of email

In the bootstrap.properties configuration file, set the list of domains that users will use.

PostgreSQL installation

On OpenSuse use: systemctl restart postgresql On Amazon Linux use: service postgresql-10 restart Configuration The default PostgreSQL configuration, in postgresql.conf, is generally suitable for most small installations.

Configuring Jiglu to use Amazon Simple Email Service

Select the Configure email receiving option and then Rule sets.

Configuring Jiglu to use Amazon Comprehend sentiment analysis

Jiglu configuration Now you need to configure the algorithm and access details in the Jiglu bootstrap.properties file usually found in /etc/jiglu.

Tomcat installation

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.

Jiglu server installation

Configuration There is a large amount of flexibility in configuring Jiglu for different architectures and installation sizes.

Sendmail configuration

The following stages are required to configure sendmail integration: Install sendmail if needed Enable manual sendmail configuration Edit sendmail configuration file Configure daemon options Add Jiglu mailer to sendmail configuration file Enable mailertable and access features in sendmail configuration file Add Jiglu mailer to mailertable Add Jiglu domain to access table Compile the sendmail configuration file and rebuild databases Restart sendmail Test configuration Not all these stages will necessarily be required, depending on the Linux distribution and the integration required.

LDAP integration

To configure an external LDAP repository, such as Microsoft Active Directory, so that existing users may be registered with Jiglu and then authenticated against their directory credentials, the following properties need to be changed in bootstrap.properties: com.jiglu.ldap.enabled Whether to use LDAP for user authentication.

Installing Jiglu on Amazon Web Services

See Configuring Apache for more details.

Accessing Jiglu for the first time

With your browser go to the URL of the web application, as configured in the com.jiglu.web.host property in bootstrap.properties.

Getting started

To install Jiglu on Linux, first understand how it fits into other systems and what you need to get going: Server architecture Email integration Pre-installation checklist Next, install the prerequisites: PostgreSQL installation Java installation Tomcat installation Configuring Apache Then install and configure Jiglu: Jiglu server installation Sendmail configuration PostgreSQL database creation Finally start and use the application: Starting Jiglu for the first time Accessing Jiglu for the first time