Step 5 of 10 Installing schema & solrconfig files

We are now going to install schema & solrconfig files on the first remote Ubuntu Server.

Step 3 of 10 Installing Apache Solr

We are now going to install the Apache Solr 3.6.x on the first remote Ubuntu server.

Using the same TERMINAL window type in the following command lines then press RETURN after each line.

Step 2 of 10 Installing Java

We are now going to install Java on the first remote Ubuntu Server.

Using your local home computer. Open TERMINAL. TERMINAL can be found under Ubuntu desktop panel menu > APPLICATIONS > TERMINAL
The TERMINAL window will open.
Type in the following command line. Then press RETURN key.

ssh root@10.1.2.3

(Note: In the above command replace “root” with your first server username and replace “10.1.2.3” with your first server IP address. This IP address is provided by your host provider.)
(Tips: You can copy and paste text or command line to TERMINAL using right click > Select COPY or PASTE)

You are now connected to your first remote server.

We will now update your repositories. Still in TERMINAL. Type in the following command line. Then press RETURN.

sudo apt-get update

Wait until TERMINAL returns the line “Reading package lists... Done ”. Then go to next step.

We will now install the latest updates if any. Still in TERMINAL. Type in the following command line. Then press RETURN.

apt-get upgrade

Wait. If any updates are available TERMINAL returns the line “Do you want to continue [Y/n]?”. Press Y key. Press RETURN key.

Wait until TERMINAL complete the update process. Then go to next step.

Ubuntu Server 8.04 LTS (for absolute beginners)

This how-to handbook on integrating Apache Solr on your Drupal website is for absolute beginners. If you consider yourself an advanced user, then follow instructions at http://drupal.org/node/343467

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