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From Fabián Rodríguez <magic...@member.fsf.org>
Subject Re: set tomcat user?
Date Tue, 26 Feb 2019 01:14:11 GMT

Le 19-02-25 à 20 h 09, Robert Dinse a écrit :
>
> I've got a bit of a disaster on my hands. I am in the process of
> installing guacamole. Got guacamole-server and guacamole-client built,
> so far so good. Tried to deploy but guacamole.war would not deploy in
> the Ubuntu 18.10 environment. Discovered this is because the version
> of Java, guacamole won't run in Java 11, needs Java 8. Okay, since I
> have no other java application it seemed reasonable to just de-install
> jdk-11 and install oracle-java-8 (jdk-8 is missing some libraries). So
> installed it and then tomcat wouldn't start. Found out when you build
> Tomcat it has a library that is specific to the Java version. So I
> snagged Tomcat source and built it and now tomcat runs and deploys
> guacamole.war correctly. However it is running as root, when you
> install the package in Ubuntu it runs as tomcat8, and that is how I
> would like it to run. But I can't figure out where in the
> configuration you set that. Does anyone know how to do this?
>
If you are starting from scratch you may find it easier to run this
script, please read it carefuly before using it:

https://github.com/MysticRyuujin/guac-install

May I also ask why use Ubuntu 18.10 ? It's better practice to use Ubuntu
18.04 LTS in a production environment.

F.



-- 
Fabián Rodríguez
http://fsf.magicfab.ca/


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