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Bamboo startup fails

I just installed bamboo.

Entered the following for the bamboo home specification in: bamboo-init.properties

bamboo.home= /Users/mike/bamboo/bamboo-home

Restarted bamboo: bin/start-bamboo.sh

However, Bamboo still complains with the following:

Bamboo home directory specified: .
There was an error creating the Bamboo Home directory. The most common cause is you haven't specified it.
To fix this, simply set the bamboo.home property in the file /atlassian-bamboo/WEB-INF/classes/bamboo-init.properties to your chosen bamboo home directory .

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rsperafico Atlassian Team Oct 02, 2018

Hi @Michael Oyebola,

Based on the bamboo.home mentioned, it seems there is an empty space in its value:

bamboo.home= /Users/mike/bamboo/bamboo-home

Could you please attempt on removing that space, resulting on:

bamboo.home=/Users/mike/bamboo/bamboo-home

And restart Bamboo with user "mike".

Kind regards,

Rafael

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