An alternative to Jetty is Apache Tomcat, which you can also find in the package manager of Debian. However, since Jetty works better, this is preferred in this documentation.
Install Jetty via Aptitude:
apt update; \ apt install jetty9; \ apt clean
To configure, open the file
/etc/default/jetty9 in a text editor of your choice (vi, nano). Put the following line at the very end of the file:
JAVA_OPTIONS="-Xms512m -Xmx1024m -Djetty.host=127.0.0.1"
Restart Jetty with the command
service jetty9 restart.
Installing the web apps
In your browser, open the official download page on bluespice.com (1). Click on "Download" (2).
- Unzip the BlueSpice-free-4.x.x.zip file.
- Rename the folder "BlueSpice-free-4.x.x" to
- Rename the "bluespice" subfolder to
- Now move the unzipped bluespice folder in the terminal with the command
sudo mv /yourfilepath/bluespice /var/www to /var/www.
After successful installation of BlueSpice, follow the next steps to install the web services and activate the respective BlueSpice extension:
If you have successfully completed all steps, you can proceed to the next step" Elasticsearch".