Proceeding via command line after successfully connecting DB via config.sh

I have successfully connected by database via command line using the config.sh tool. How do I proceed via command line with the next steps of the dragon slayer mission: (sorry for the text block) I'm currently trying to determine how to proceed from here via command, but hitting a bit of a wall. Can someone give me some direction on how to proceed, or is a GUI needed? Thanks!

  1. Enter the following application properties:
    • Application Title: My company JIRA
    • Mode: Accept the default mode: Public
    • Base URL: Enter the full website address at which JIRA is running, not just 'localhost'. For example, if your computer name is 'coopers' then the base URL should be: http://coopers:8080. Or specify a website address, such ashttp://www.foobar.com:8080.
  2. Click Next.
  3. License Key: If you do not already have a JIRA license, follow the prompts on the setup wizard screen to get an evaluation license key.
  4. Specify the administrator account. This will be your JIRA super user:
    • Full name: Charlie of Atlassian
    • Email: We recommend that you give your own email address here.
    • Username: charlie
    • Password: Enter a password for the administrator account and enter it again to confirm it.

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