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If you start the setup on Unix directly with

  java -jar ./jobscheduler_linux-xxx.jar

then the setup will open "xterm" to enter a root password.

Please call instead

 ./setup.sh

This script calls sudo to enter the root password.

For Unix no root privileges are required. If you want to install the JobScheduler without root privileges, then call

 ./setup.sh -u

Please use the JobScheduler Installation Manual (§1.2) for more information

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