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The following provides quick instructions for downloading, installing, a= nd running the binary version of Jetty 6. The table at the end of = this page provides links to instructions for other versions of Jetty.
To start Jetty open a command shell, go to your Jetty installation direc= tory, and type:
This starts Jetty running on port 8080.
Jetty will not start if another process is using port 8080. The port num=
ber can be changed by editing the
From the command shell where Jetty is running type:
When Jetty starts it deploys a test web application on port 8080 (or wha=
tever port you specified). To check if Jetty is running properly navigate =
test URL from a browser. For example:
Note: If you started Jetty on another host, substitute =
that host name for
localhost. If you used a different port num=
ber you will also need to change
8080 to the correct number.=
To change Jetty's default port, edit
$JETTY_HOME/etc/jetty.xml and change the port number in this line, then start Jetty:
Alternatively you can set the port on the command line. Please see Configuring Jetty for more deta= ils.
To install and run the version you downloaded, locate your version in th= e table and follow the instructions: