Running JEDI

JEDI One can be run in one of two ways:

  • A service; or as
  • A normal application

Running JEDI One as a service

You need administrator or root user permissions on the operating system before you can run JEDI One as a service.

When you run JEDI One as a service:

  • JEDI One will be automatically be started by the operating system when it starts or restarts.
  • JEDI One will be shutdown by the operating system when the operating system is shutdown.
  • JEDI One will continue to run even after the administrator or root user logs out of the system.

To install JEDI One as a service:

Step 1: Open command prompt on Microsoft Windows or terminal window on Linux and Apple MacOS

On Microsoft Windows you can open a command prompt with Administrator permissions as shown in the screenshot below:

RunningJEDIWindowsTerminal

On Linux or Apple MacOS, you may need to set execute permissions for JEDI One using the command:

chmod +x mcjedi.bin

Step 2: In the command prompt on Microsoft Windows or terminal window on Linux and Apple MacOS, go to the directory that contains JEDI One binary and execute the command:

On Microsoft Windows:

mcjedi.exe -service install

On Linux or Apple MacOS:

sudo ./mcjedi.bin -service install

To run JEDI One service immediately:

On Microsoft Windows:

mcjedi.exe -service start

On Linux or Apple MacOS:

sudo ./mcjedi.bin -service start

To stop JEDI One service:

On Microsoft Windows:

mcjedi.exe -service stop

On Linux or Apple MacOS:

sudo ./mcjedi.bin -service stop

To uninstall JEDI One service:

On Microsoft Windows:

mcjedi.exe -service uninstall

On Linux or Apple MacOS:

sudo ./mcjedi.bin -service uninstall

Running JEDI One as an application

When you run JEDI One as a normal application:

  • You do not need administrator or root permissions to run JEDI One.
  • JEDI One will be closed by the operating system when you close the window in which you executed JEDI One binary or logout.

Step 1: Open command prompt on Microsoft Windows or terminal window on Linux and Apple MacOS

Step 2: Go to the directory that contains JEDI One binary and execute the command:

On Microsoft Windows:

mcjedi.exe

On Linux or Apple MacOS:

mcjedi.bin