Before installing, you must download the install script (
install_rosette.sh) and the license file (
rosette-license.xml). The remaining files will be downloaded into the same directory as the install script.
You must run the installer while connected to the internet to download the files. Once the files are downloaded, re-run the installer locally, without a connection, to resume the install.
To start the install, execute the install script from the directory in which it resides.
java executable in your
PATH before starting the install.
PATH takes precedence over
The install will guide you through downloading the files and configuring your system. Each question has a default; you can accept the default or enter a different value.
The Rosette Server minimum system requirements are displayed. You can choose to continue, or if your system does not meet the minimum requirements, exit at this point.
If you have already downloaded the install files, there is no need to download them again. Depending on the number of roots included, this step can be very time-consuming.
If the license file is not in the same directory as the install script, you will be prompted for the location of the license file.
Enter an install directory or select
Enter to use the default install directory. The download and install directories cannot be the same. The install directory must be completely empty before installing.
To run on the console:
To stop in the console:
To run as a daemon:
To stop the daemon:
Check the logs in
<rosette>/server/logs/ to see any errors from startup or during the server run.
If your installation includes the entity extraction component (
rex-root), you may see
failed to open ... warning messages for data files in languages not installed in your system. These can safely be ignored.