The jruby instructions are pretty straightforward because it uses the
jruby -s gem install glassfish
That was all I remember doing besides starting glassfish at it's
assigned port. Alas, the Oracle acquisition has further affected the
glassfish gem which is no longer supported since the Oracle acquisition:
I *have* made some progress on running Glassfish on i but still sorting
through issues. I no longer get a dump of garbage when I start the
domain. I can start the asadmin instance but when I invoke the
'start-domain domain1' command I get an error about a configuration
issue and I haven't had the opportunity to run it down. I have been most
successful in running the Glassfish commands from either SSH or qp2term.
When I sort things out I'll post back.
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