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 Multi-platform WAR file

 

Windows

If you are using Windows, download the installer zip, extract it somewhere, and execute the setup program.

Once the installer is complete, open http://localhost:8080/ to access the installed instance. This installer installs Jenkins Enterprise by CloudBees as a Windows service that starts automatically when your machine boots up.

Ubuntu/Debian

Jenkins Enterprise by CloudBees can be installed as a Debian package, which enables the following things:

  • Automatic upgrade to the next version via apt-get
  • /etc/init.d hook up to start Nectar upon boot

To use this repository, first add the keys to your system:

wget -q -O - http://nectar-downloads.cloudbees.com/nectar/debian/jenkins-ci.org.key | sudo apt-key add -

Then add the repository. If you have already added open-source Hudson/Jenkins as a repository, be sure to remove it to avoid Jenkins Enterprise by CloudBees from being overwritten by them:

echo deb http://nectar-downloads.cloudbees.com/nectar/debian binary/ | 
sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/jenkins.list

Then install Jenkins Enterprise by CloudBees:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install jenkins
RedHat/Fedora/CentOS

If you are using RedHat/CentOS/Fedora, you can install Jenkins Enterprise by CloudBees as an RPM package for the following benefits:

  • Automatic upgrade via yum
  • /etc/init.d hook up to start Nectar upon boot

To use the repository, first add the key to your system:

sudo rpm --import http://nectar-downloads.cloudbees.com/nectar/rpm/jenkins-ci.org.key

Then add the repository:

sudo wget -O /etc/yum.repos.d/jenkins.repo http://nectar-downloads.cloudbees.com/nectar/rpm/jenkins.repo

Then to install Jenkins Enterprise by CloudBees:

sudo yum update
sudo yum install jenkins

Alternatively, if you prefer to just download *.rpms, you can do so from here.

openSUSE

If you are using openSUSE, run the following command to register this repository to your openSUSE:

sudo zypper addrepo http://nectar-downloads.cloudbees.com/nectar/opensuse/ jenkins

With that set up, run sudo zypper install jenkins will install Jenkins Enterprise by CloudBees.

Download the package and execute it to get this installed

This file will deploy Jenkins Enterprise by CloudBees v. 13.11 (Nov 2013) in an existing servlet container. 


Helpful Resources


Installing CloudBees Plugins on OSS Jenkins

The Jenkins Enterprise by CloudBees package bundles CloudBees plugins on top of the latest Jenkins LTS release for convenience. If you would like to install the CloudBees plugins on the Jenkins OSS trunk, you will need to install the Jenkins Enterprise by CloudBees Installation plugin from the Jenkins OSS Update Center. This plugin will enable you to then download all CloudBees plugins on the OSS installation. Detailed steps are captured on the Jenkins OSS wiki page.