When trying to install confluence as service , either via sudo or root I am getting below error
[root@USERID atlassian-confluence-7.8.0]# sudo ./atlassian-confluence-7.8.0-x64.bin
sudo: ./atlassian-confluence-7.8.0-x64.bin: command not found
[root@USERID atlassian-confluence-7.8.0]# ./atlassian-confluence-7.8.0-x64.bin
-bash: ./atlassian-confluence-7.8.0-x64.bin: No such file or directory
Is there any file with the name as 'atlassian-confluence-7.8.0-x64'
Hi @taranum ,
Have you placed the installer in your Linux? You should place the installer, change the permissions and ownership. Make it an executable file and then run sudo ./atlassian-confluence-7.8.0-x64.bin
what sometimes works a bit easier is to execute the installer as follows - it depends a bit from your system and when rights on the file are correct you should be on the safe side.
[root@USERID atlassian-confluence-7.8.0]# bash atlassian-confluence-7.8.0-x64.bin
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