Tag Archives: homebrew

Updating jboss wildfly to the latest version

Updating wildfly installed by homebrew is as easy as it could be: 1. update brew packages 2. upgrade wildfly A bit more verbose: Check which version of wildfly-as is installed. You should see something similar to the following lines: [mupfel@volkers-imac]$~ > … Continue reading

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Installing Docker on OS X Homebrew

Everybody is talking docker, bsd jail, container virtualization and that it is easy, great and all… I got infected, too. But since docker is a linux thing there’re a few steps required to get it going on OS X. And … Continue reading

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Using Homebrew to install software with OS X

Homebrew is an easy to use tool for installing software to OS X. It’s a bit like debians apt but relies on git and ruby. I use it to install application servers like wildfly, databases or tools like maven. ruby … Continue reading

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Installing Wildfly on Mac OS X

Wildfly can be installed very quick using Homebrew: I’ve written a short article on installing and using Homebrew here volkers-imac:~ mupfel$ brew update Checking out files: 100% (706/706), done. … volkers-imac:~ mupfel$ brew search wildfly wildfly-as volkers-imac:~ volker$> brew install … Continue reading

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