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From Milan Zimmermann <>
Subject Re: Help: Everything but the last step?
Date Sun, 27 Feb 2000 18:20:42 GMT

I went through the same couple of nights ago when I installed cocoon for
the first time. 

The Cocoon.xml is generated - look into conf/ for

I think Apache JServ starts automatically so you do not have to start it
as a daemon. As well, to restart Apache's subprocesses (I guess
including JServ) I think you need to send it a "USR1" signal (check the
"restarting" in Apache docs). I believe that should re-read any chnges
in the configuration files.

Regards, Milan Zimmermann

Curt Gran wrote:
> Hi,
>         I'm not a guru at installing packages but after a lot of downloads and
> tinkering I have JServ going and JVM.
>         The problem I'm running into is the last step of the installation where is
> says to try:
> http://localhost/Cocoon.xml
>         The thing I don't understand about this is that Cocoon.xml is not a file
> anywhere on the system.  Is this a response from cocoon that cocoon knows
> that Cocoon.xml is a command to itself and not a page in the html root index?
>         JServ seems to be running and the Hello servlet works.  What is the
> problem?  I'm pretty sure it's something stupid like I need to create that
> file but if I do then what do I put in it?  I would rather but a sample in
> it rather than typing it in myself if that's the case.
>         If that's not the case then what?
>         One final question.  I know how to stop and start httpd but what file do I
> link to in my init.d directory to start JServ on start up or do I need
> to?  I do I start and stop JServ so it reloads without having to reboot?
>         I'm sorry for these newbie questions but I really would appreciate the help.
> Thanks.
> Curt Gran
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