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HDP on Windows – Installation Forum

HUE on windows

  • #29695
    Arnay Joshi

    I have installed HDP 1.1 on windows and wanting to install Hue on the same box.
    Any pointers or help will be highly helpful.

    any pointers for any end to end example will help a lot.

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  • #29798
    Seth Lyubich

    Hi Arnay,

    Unfortunately, Hue on Windows is not currently supported. We are considering it in our roadmap.


    Arnay Joshi

    Thanks Seth.
    Any cook book type example of using hadoop on hortonworks fw.


    Hi Arnay,

    Any standard Hadoop examples should work fine with HDP on windows, as long as these examples are kept to using the parts of hadoop that are in the current distro.


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