[jboss-user] [JBoss Getting Started Documentation] - Re: run.sh giving trouble

kevintaute do-not-reply at jboss.com
Wed Sep 24 13:00:12 EDT 2008

Based on what is included, it looks like jboss is trying to create a file but it is unable to do so.  

It looks like jboss is installed in /home...  You need to check the permissions of the directory listed in the error message.  Since it appears you are running on a Linux/Unix machine, try changing the owner and group with the -r option so it changes in all subdirectories as well.  The owner and group need to be set to the userid (and appropriate group) of the user that you are starting jboss as.

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