The run.conf file is used for Linux only it is not used on Windows. But the same settings
in run.bat are commented out also. I imagine that if I sat at your computer for a minute I
could figure out exactly what is wrong and fix it. But since I cannot, I will give you
step-by-step instructions to get the app server running, from scratch.
1) Get a 1.5 JDK from http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index_jdk5.jsp
2) Install it. When it installs, do NOT place it into Program Files. Spaces in directory
names cause various Java libraries fits, and unless you like chasing wierd problems, stick
with plainer directory names. My JDK is installed at c:\apps\jdk1.5.0_11.
3) Set the JAVA_HOME environment variable in the system properties. To do this, right
click My Computer, go to Advanced tab, click the Environment variables button, and under
System Variables click New. Set it to where you installed the JDK. On my system, I set it
4) Download the 4.0.5 version of the app server from
. Click the Download link next to 4.0.5 (do
not click Run Installer nor click Download Installer).
5) The download is a zip file. Unzip it. I unzipped mine into c:\apps and got
6) Open a command prompt at c:\apps\jboss-4.0.5.GA\bin, and enter: run
Wait until you see a message like:
19:06:27,343 INFO [Server] JBoss (MX MicroKernel) [4.0.5.GA (build: CVSTag=Branch_4_0
date=200610162339)] Started in 50s:468ms
Once you see that messages, you should be able to open a browser on the same system and
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