Check out the date on this baby!!
In order to install Jenkins Continuous Integration
server, you will need Java installed
, and optionally Apache Ant
. Download the latest RedHat rpm
, don’t worry, the RedHat rpms are
noarch so they will install on Tizen without any issues. Install the rpm.
$ wget http://pkg.jenkins-ci.org/redhat/jenkins-1.645-1.1.noarch.rpm $ rpm -ivh jenkins-1.645-1.1.noarch.rpm
Copy the code below into a file named
jenkins.service and upload it to the
[Unit] Description=Jenkins Daemon [Service] ExecStart=/usr/local/java/bin/java -jar /usr/lib/jenkins/jenkins.war User=jenkins [Install] WantedBy=multi-user.target
You can either autostart Jenkins on each boot or start it manually (I recommend you to start it manually). To make Jenkins run automatically on each boot:
$ systemctl enable jenkins && systemctl start jenkins
To start it manually, just type:
$ systemctl start jenkins
If you need Apache Ant
, just download the binary archives from their respective websites and extract them somewhere (preferably
/usr/lib/, creating the
/usr/lib/maven directories.), then point the
MAVEN_HOME variables to those directories.
$ export ANT_HOME=/usr/lib/ant $ export MAVEN_HOME=/usr/lib/maven
Check out the Jenkins documentation for more info about how to configure and work with your new CI server.