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So, when I setup Jenkins the instructions I was following made no note that there is a difference between running Jenkins on its own server and running Jenkins on a web server that was also running Apache. After figuring out that there is indeed a difference I went a slightly different route with my jenkins configuration. I added --prefix=/jenkins to ...


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When compiling, you must specify the absolute path to the .jar file which contains the package with its classes, like this: javac -cp /usr/share/java/json-20160212.jar JsonParser.java According to the official documentation from Oracle about PATH and CLASSPATH variables: The preferred way to specify the class path is by using the -cp command line ...


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Append the PATH and set the JAVA_HOME variables as below. Please see step 4 of Installing Oracle JDK on RHEL-based Systems here. export PATH="$PATH:/usr/java/latest/bin" set JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/latest


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You need to run systemctl daemon-reload before systemd will become aware of your new Tomcat service.



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