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From Thom May <tho...@amxstudios.com>
Subject Re: trying to run tomcat on a different port
Date Tue, 11 Jul 2000 17:24:14 GMT
Hi
sounds to me like you're doing a standalone run, which will
listen on port 8080, not 8007|8017 - is there anything running
there? (like an old ver. of tomcat, a spare apache server, or
whatever?)
cheers
On Mon, Jul 10, 2000 at 03:25:59PM +0100, Jamie Andrews wrote:
> I'm trying to install tomcat 3.1 with jdk1.2.2 on a debian potato system.
> Ideally, I'd like to run it out of apache but that isn't the point I'm
> getting stuck at
> 
> I've done a build.sh and have the tomcat files in a dist/ directory.
> I can't run the jserv process on port 8007.   I have altered all the files
> in the conf directory to refer to 8017 instead of 8007.  But on start
> up tomcat claims that the port address is already in use.  8017 is not in
> use though!
> I also tried altering all the addresses in src/etc/* from 8007 to 8017 and 
> doing a reinstall but that didn't work either
> 
> Where should I alter the this port address?
> 
> -- 
> Jamie Andrews, Head of Technical, City Netgates, Bristol
> Tel +44 (0)117 907 4001



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