Yes, you can run Confluence on a Pi B+ device. (although it really more of a pet project than production site.)
You can't use the linux bin install, you must manually configure you environment. I used the following guide:
CATALINA_OPTS="$CATALINA_OPTS -Xms128m -Xmx256m -XX:MaxPermSize=128m -XX:+UseG1GC"
Other than that, its slow but it does work.
I suggest you to take a look on the Confluence System Requirement page below. Not sure if Raspberry PI or Intel Galileo will be able to confortable run Confluence.
From my experience Confluence requires at least 2BG RAM to function reasonably well. I really doubt the feasability of it running in any sensible way on the spec you mentioned. BTW: what is the reason for using this spec? Is is an experiment?
I would like to be able to take a small PC with me at work where I don't always have an internet connection and don't want to carry an extra PC or have my PC always on as a server. I tried installing on a Raspberry Pi but got to a point where I registered the license and then it crashed. I haven't been able to get it going since. I suspect it has something to do with folder permissions. Has anyone had any success?
I know this post is old, but just an update - The Raspberry Pi 2 Model B (!024MB RAM) runs Confluence way better than the Model B+ (512MB RAM). Average page load is about 3 to 4 seconds on a personal Pi 2 that's on a local network where I'm the only one using it. On the B+ It was closer to 8 to 10 seconds. It's a much more viable solution for personal use (and even light small business use perhaps).
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