> Hello team 
> 
> I have created an Atlas build on an Amazon Linux server as follows: 
> 
> - version: "4.9.76-38.79.amzn2.x86_64" 
> 
> * - installed java-1.8.0 using yum
> * - downloaded and installed maven 3.5.2
> * - set M2_HOME and M2 path
> * - installed git using yum
> * - mvn clean -DskipTests package -Pdist,embedded-hbase-solr
> 
> run tar on the tar files in /atlas/distro/target 
> 
> * - tar -xzvf apache-atlas-1.0.0-SNAPSHOT-bin.tar.gz
> * - tar -xzvf apache-atlas-1.0.0-SNAPSHOT-hbase-hook.tar.gz
> * - tar -xzvf apache-atlas-1.0.0-SNAPSHOT-hive-hook.tar.gz
> * - tar -xzvf apache-atlas-1.0.0-SNAPSHOT-sources.tar.gz
> * - tar -xzvf apache-atlas-1.0.0-SNAPSHOT-sqoop-hook.tar.gz
> * - tar -xzvf apache-atlas-1.0.0-SNAPSHOT-storm-hook.tar.gz
> 
> Downloaded, installed and started Solr 5.5.1 in cloud mode. 
> 
> * Tried running solr create -c vertex_index -d SOLR_CONF -shards - command 
> not found.
> 
> Ran sudo bin/atlas_start.py -setup and got this error: 
> 
> java.io.FileNotFoundException: 
> /home/ec2-user/atlas/distro/target/server/webapp/atlas.war 
> 
> Under /home/ec2-user/atlas/distro/target/server/webapp/ I'm seeing a 
> directory called atlas and under that directory, no files. Where have I gone 
> wrong? 
> 
> Thanks and regards 
> 
> Rowena

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