1. Download RemoteServices.zip from
section to a directory on the Linux machine, such as ~/Downloads/JexusManager
2. Extract and copy the contents to Jexus installation folder, such as /usr/jexus,
unzip -o ~/Downloads/JexusManager/RemoteServices.zip
sudo cp ~/Downloads/JexusManager/* /usr/jexus
3. Launch Jexus Manager server side, such as
sudo mono RemoteServicesHost.exe https://192.168.18.129:8088 jexus lextudio.com
Note that HTTPS is required, and 192.168.18.129:8088 is the base service address the client should connect to. The login user name is "jexus", and its password is "lextudio.com".
You can use other service address, user name, or password. Simply pass them in as parameters in the above order.
If you omit user name and password, the default user name is "jexus" and its password is "lextudio.com". If you even omit service address, https://localhost:8088 is going to be used,
which only supports local administration and does not allow remote management
4. Configure firewall to allow TCP access to the port 8088 (or the port you choose).
1. Download JexusManager.zip from DOWNLOADS
2. Extract the contents.
3. Launch JexusManager.exe
- On Linux, at terminal run
- On Windows, double click JexusManager.exe in Windows Explorer.
4. Use File | Connect to a Server menu item to create a connection to the service address of the server component, such as 192.168.18.129:8088 (or the service address you choose).
If there is any connection issue, follow
Q1 to troubleshoot.