plugins.txtfile that will allow you to build a Docker image where you have network access, then you can transport the created image into the environment that has no network access.
custom war packagerthat will create a custom war file that includes a set of plugins and other configurations. There is the Google Summer of Code project "Custom Jenkins distribution build service" currently running that is creating something that might be similar to what you're envisioning.
Mem% cpu% Memory usage/Limit Name
10.01% 0.99% 3.145GiB / 31.41GiB jenkins
Noobie question here, just installed Jenkins:lts-apline (really great implementation btw) and during the setup process the Jenkins URL is presented to me to edit. By default it's http://localhost:8080/ how can I change this and/or expose Jenkins to my local network, or even through my router so that git hooks can be implemented?
Thanks in advance