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oosha on linux

Anyone able to get oosha working on linux? I tried copying the studio/tools/lib/oosha-jar-with-dependencies.jar over to a linux server and running .../central/java/bin/java -jar <path>/oosha-jar-with-dependencies.jar and I get 

Exception in thread "main" com.hp.oo.cli.exceptions.OOSHAException: Missing configuration files
at com.hp.oo.services.packaging.ConfLocatorService.readConfFiles(ConfLocatorService.java:43)
at com.hp.oo.services.packaging.ConfLocatorService.getConfLocation(ConfLocatorService.java:32)
at com.hp.oo.services.packaging.ConfLocatorService.getLog4jFile(ConfLocatorService.java:52)
at com.hp.oo.services.packaging.ConfLocatorService.getLog4jProps(ConfLocatorService.java:57)
at com.hp.oo.OOSHA.configureLog4J(OOSHA.java:30)
at com.hp.oo.OOSHA.main(OOSHA.java:23)

 

Any ideas?

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negruseri Absent Member.
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Re: oosha on linux

Hi,

OOSHA is not standalone supported on linux in 10.60. Unfortunatelly the note from the documentation is not correct. This is a known issue.

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nrosado Valued Contributor.
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Re: oosha on linux

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Micro Focus Frequent Contributor
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Re: oosha on linux

OOSHA standalone is available with OO 10.70.  You can also find it on the HPE Live network forum in the content offerings tab:  https://hpln.hpe.com/contentoffering/oosha

Note that OOSHA 10.70 will only work agains a OO 10.70 server.

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