I have a community server license which is apparently supposed to give me access to a JIRA instance to test it out and use for a school project. For the life of me, I can't figure out how to access it.
I need to confirm what you've got here, as I'm reading between the lines and may be guessing totally the wrong thing.
When Atlassian say "Server" in the context of one of their applications, they mean the software is downloaded and installed on a server that you (or a provider) run on your hardware.
Having a community server licence just means you can run and use a server, it does not provide one for you.
Is that the case? You don't actually have a server instance to use yet?
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