This section describes how to install Enonic XP. If you have any trouble, please look at our Troubleshooting section.
Enonic XP is a self-contained Java Application with minimal requirements for infrastructure or other platform services.
General requirements are:
- Any OS supporting Java
- Java 1.8 (update 40 or above)
- Local filesystem
- At least 1Gb of available memory
For clustered deployments:
- Shared filesystem (for storing configuration and blobs)
- Open for network communication between the nodes
First off, download the correct Enonic XP version and unzip it to a preferred directory.
Terminal users can do this:
$ curl -O http://repo.enonic.com/public/com/enonic/xp/distro/5.3.0/distro-5.3.0.zip $ unzip distro-5.3.0.zip $ cd enonic-xp-5.3.0
The top level of the unzipped directory will be referred to as
from now on.
Start the server¶
Now that the software has been downloaded, you’re ready to start the server - start the respective file from command line.
Linux and OS X:
This will start Enonic XP, which when successfully started will show something like the following at the end of the log:
12:53:14.302 INFO c.e.x.l.framework.FrameworkService - Started Enonic XP in 7378 ms
Point your favorite (modern) browser to
http://localhost:8080. Log in with
su and password
Congratulations on installing Enonic XP.