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From Chuck Robey <chu...@chuckr.org>
Subject comments about install info
Date Wed, 01 Jan 2003 23:52:40 GMT
In the web page reference to installation, one of the first items is a
notice that tomcat *must* be already installed, and gives a pointer to get
it if it's not installed.  It really seems to me that, although I well
understand that this is an inexact topic, that at least *some* words
should be there at this point, instructing a user how to *tell* if tomcat
is installed.  Apache comes installed on a lot of platforms nowadays, but
exactly what pieces are installed, and how much of the pie, just not made
clear.

Isn't there any way at all to tell if all the functional parts needed for
cocoon are installed on a machine, without making the assumption that it's
not installed and reinstalling?

I'm pretty sure it's on my own platform, but it sure seems like it would
be an obvious question to many newbies.  I don't know the anser myself,
else I'd give a suggested paragraph.

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Chuck Robey         | Interests include C & Java programming, FreeBSD,
chuckr@chuckr.org   | electronics, communications, and SF/Fantasy.

New Year's Resolution:  I will not sphroxify gullible people into looking up
fictitious words in the dictionary.
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