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Linux News: Installing and Running Liferay

Discussion in 'General Linux' started by Darwin, May 17, 2012.

  1. Darwin

    Darwin Guest

    Liferay is one of the best enterprise portal options available. The Java-based open source intranet application offers an organization’s users the ability to publish and collaborate on documents and web content, and offers social networking features. Administrators can enhance their organizations’ content management functionality and customize it to handle different content requirements.

    Before you get started with Liferay, you must have a database and Java installed. We chose to use MySQL. If you don’t know whether MySQL is installed, you can check by running rpm -qa | grep mysql as root. If necessary, you can install MySQL on any Red Hat-based system, such as CentOS, using the command yum install mysql mysql-server mysql-devel. Download Java and install it with the command rpm -Uvh /path/to/binary/jdk-version.rpm.

  2. keylogger

    keylogger Guest

    yeah linux is best operating system and i love to work on linux

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