The following is a brief overview of how to install and configure Jenkins and how to create a project.
Jenkins is supported on a variety of platforms. See the Jenkins user documentation for detailed instructions on how to install and start it on the platform that you will be using.
You can access Jenkins from any machine using http://<mymachine>:8080, where <mymachine> is the name of the machine where Jenkins is installed.
You can specify general Jenkins options by clicking Manage Jenkins in the Home page of the Jenkins interface.
Use plugins to extend Jenkins and to enable support for tools or systems - click Manage Plugins. Use this page to check which plugins are installed and to install or update any as required. Widely-used plugins include those used for source control systems (such as Git and Subversion). Other plugins you might find useful include:
Click New Item in the Home page of Jenkins interface to create a project such as a freestyle project.
Use the project's configuration page (click Configure) to modify various aspects of what it does. Some aspects that might be appropriate for your build system are: