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From "michael e. brubaker" <>
Subject Re: Please help!
Date Tue, 21 Nov 2000 14:28:57 GMT
I solved a similar problem on Win98 by:
1) Clicking on the DOS icon in upper left corner of screen
2) Clicking on "Properties"
3) Clicking on "Memory" tab
4) Changing the "Initial Environment" setting to "2816"

These directions were gleaned from "Core Servlets and Java Server Pages" by Marty
Hall, p 17. and they helped me.
 I remember having to reset them from various windows, such as once for the
startup.bat and then again for shutdown.bat and so on.

Boszormenyi Laszlo wrote:

> Hello!
> On Tue, 21 Nov 2000, Rocky YIP wrote:
> > My case is when I run tomcat\bin\startup, it displays "bad command or file name"
>  Please check if all the paths is set up correctly in that file.
> > If I run tomcat\bin\tomcat, it displays "Out of environment space".
>  I can't remember exactly, but there's an entry in the autoexec.bat, which
> defines how many memory should be allocated for the environment variables
> (like buffers or something like that). Set it to a higher value, until it
> will work (I think you have to restart the machine for the change take
> effect). You can find the exact solution on the SUN's java pages
> somewhere.
> Sincerely,
>         Laszlo

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