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From "Jamie G." <>
Subject Re: ActiveMQ on raspberry pi
Date Sat, 25 Apr 2015 15:58:21 GMT

RPi can certainly run ActiveMQ, however you're going to need to do
some modifications for the platform.

o JDK 1.8 for Arm will not have server flag for JVM, so you'll want to
remove that from scripts.
o The wrapper wasn't working on ARM last time i checked, so you'll
want to write some start/stop/restart scripts and integrate them into
you're OS distributions' startup system.
o There are a variety of RPi optimizations you can do to improve
system resource availability, i've outlined them in my ODL on RPi
posts, linked below.

Related reading:

I'm sorry I don't have a proper manual for AMQ on RPi, the above may
perhaps at least get your project moving forward :)


On Sat, Apr 25, 2015 at 7:04 AM, rzgheib <> wrote:
> Hi,
> I am new ActiveMQ user and am trying to run ActiveMQ broker on raspberry pi.
> I installed ActiveMQ on two windows pc, i successfully sent messages between
> 2 hosts(windows) in publish subscribe mode. Now i want to communicate a
> raspberry pi with another pc via ActiveMQ. I followed the instructions to
> install activeMQ on linux, but i couldn't run it on raspberry pi(wrapper
> errors). I found that already ActiveMQ can be run as a service on raspberry
> pi. Both solutions doesn't work.
> Did anyone has used ActiveMQ on raspberry, that way he can gives me an idea
> or a manual to follow?
> Thank you in advance
> Rita
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