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Subject [Tomcat Wiki] Trivial Update of "TomcatOnMacOS" by KonstantinKolinko
Date Mon, 30 Aug 2010 20:00:31 GMT
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The "TomcatOnMacOS" page has been changed by KonstantinKolinko.
The comment on this change is: Prevent SomeWords from being rendered as wiki links. That is
done by prefixing them with a '!' character..
http://wiki.apache.org/tomcat/TomcatOnMacOS?action=diff&rev1=21&rev2=22

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  - Move it to your home folder.
  
  ==== (3) Fix the Unix file permissions ====
- - Download the freeware BatChmod, a GUI wrapper around the Unix "chmod" command.
+ - Download the freeware !BatChmod, a GUI wrapper around the Unix "chmod" command.
  
    http://macchampion.com/arbysoft/
  
- - Drag and drop the entire Tomcat folder onto the BatChmod icon.
+ - Drag and drop the entire Tomcat folder onto the !BatChmod icon.
  
  - Check *all* the checkboxes.
  
@@ -195, +195 @@

  Or use this nifty program, another GUI wrapper around the ipfw command line, Simple Port
Forwarder:
  http://www.4dresources.com/files/
  
- The Sharing SysPref will get cranky when you add an ipfw rule behind its back; it disables
its user interface. To use the Sharing SysPref again you'll have to clear that rule, the one
we added and numbered 100. To delete a rule, either read the ipfw man page, or use Simple
Port Forwarder again. Quit the System Preferences program, and re-launch it to re-enable its
Firewall panel.
+ The Sharing !SysPref will get cranky when you add an ipfw rule behind its back; it disables
its user interface. To use the Sharing !SysPref again you'll have to clear that rule, the
one we added and numbered 100. To delete a rule, either read the ipfw man page, or use Simple
Port Forwarder again. Quit the System Preferences program, and re-launch it to re-enable its
Firewall panel.
  
  ==== (8) Test Tomcat ====
  - Launch a web browser such as Safari.
@@ -240, +240 @@

  === Updated for 2009 ===
  Chris Latko says:
  
- To have Tomcat 6.0.x launch on boot on Mac OS X 10.5.x, you need to add a LaunchDaemon.
Create a file called org.apache.tomcat.plist in /Library/LaunchDaemons/ with the following
content:
+ To have Tomcat 6.0.x launch on boot on Mac OS X 10.5.x, you need to add a !LaunchDaemon.
Create a file called org.apache.tomcat.plist in /Library/LaunchDaemons/ with the following
content:
  
  {{{
  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
@@ -298, +298 @@

  
  Then, as root, create /Library/StartupItems/Tomcat, writable only by the owner (root).
  
- Inside this, create two files - Tomcat (script) and StartupParameters.plist.  Again, make
them writable only by root, and the script executable by everyone.
+ Inside this, create two files - Tomcat (script) and !StartupParameters.plist.  Again, make
them writable only by root, and the script executable by everyone.
  
- Contents of StartupParameters.plist:
+ Contents of !StartupParameters.plist:
  
  {{{
  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

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