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  • Where is AMS Server?

    Hello. Trying to evaluate some of the tc-server/ams features. I am having a problem in that I cannot find the ams install!

    I have downloaded from the link that says "Full tc Server Bundle" which yields the following:
    tcServer-6.0.20.C-GA-linux64-x86.tgz

    When I run the installer my only option is app-server:

    === Welcome to the SpringSource tc Server Installer ===
    For: Linux (2.6.31-20-generic) / i386 [linux32-x86]
    ================================================== =====

    First of all, we will be checking that you have the required
    dependencies to proceed...


    Checking for installation as non-root... Dependency verified.
    Checking for writable directory... Dependency verified.
    Checking for compatible JVM... running Java6.
    Checking for java executable... Dependency verified.


    ################################################## ###################
    ## SpringSource tc Server Application Server Installation Menu ##
    ################################################## ###################

    1. Install tc Server Application Server
    2. Exit


    Enter number:

    Running 64bit/Ubuntu.

    Thanks

  • #2
    You need to have a 64-bit java in your path. The installer uses whichever "java" is invoked by default. Your default java needs to be 64-bit.

    Download a 64-bit JVM, and put it first in your path, so that when you type "java" at the command prompt, the 64-bit one is the one that gets invoked. Then you should see the full set of install options. This is a limitation of the groovy install script.
    Last edited by dcarwin; Mar 25th, 2010, 03:01 AM.

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