Hi - trying to use the x64 installer on a Centos server and I don't get to the point of any interaction with the installer but get an error message:
/tmp/atlassian-jira-6.3.12-x64.bin: line 466: /tmp/atlassian-jira-6.3.12-x64.bin.14178.dir/jre/bin/java: Permission denied
If I try to trap that path there is no java executable there. There is already a java 1.8 environment on the server though which it doesn't seem to find (if it's looking)...
What am I doing wrong?
When you install JIRA to run as standalone application (manually executed on the command line), it installs a standalone JRE in order not to depend from the one installed in your server.
Under UNIX systems, JIRA is automatically installed as a standalone application when you run the install script as an ordinary user instead of a root user.
Considering that you are running the installation script as an ordinary user, please check if this user you are executing the script with has both read and write permissions inside the reported folder. In order to do that, please run the following command on your terminal:
ls -l /tmp | grep atlassian-jira
Send us the output of this command.
It's 64 bit
root@vps40 [/tmp]# ls -l atlassian-jira-6.3.12-x64.bin
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 287251097 Dec 2 19:03 atlassian-jira-6.3.12-x64.bin*
root@vps40 [/tmp]# uname -a
And am trying to run the install as root so perms cannot be an issue...
Any other suggestions?
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