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From David Thompson <David.Thomp...@holistix.net>
Subject RE: Question about Linux install of Tomcat 3.2 (is there an RPM y et)
Date Tue, 12 Dec 2000 22:21:21 GMT
I do not have SSL working yet but it need eventually.
I am using Sun's jdk 1.3.
And, thanks for the RPM's. I have not tried it yet but it looks like a
breeze. At first, I was like "how do I know that is is ok?" and everyone
seems to know your stuff (except a newbie like me who does JWS on NT by day
and am just trying out linux/apache/tomcat by night).
take care,
dt

-----Original Message-----
From: GOMEZ Henri [mailto:hgomez@slib.fr]
Sent: Tuesday, December 12, 2000 1:49 AM
To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: RE: Question about Linux install of Tomcat 3.2 (is there an RPM
y et)


>I am a linux newbie so this might be a stupid question but...
>I have linux 6.2 installed (using Redhat).
>I have Apache 1.3.14 running well.

With mod_ssl ?

>I have JDK 1.3 installed and working.

IBM or SUN ?

>Now to get to where I want to be, I want to get Tomcat 3.2 running with
>Apache. There are no RPM's for it as of last night (at least not at
>redhat.com) and I do not want to mess with the older version. 
>Can I install
>the unix tars from apache.org on my system without building it 
>myself? 

My RPMs do all the jobs. You can even rebuild them if you like.

>would assume there are system specific things that would 
>require a rebuild
>but I really do not want to deal with that right now. How long does it
>normally take to get RPMs on redhat.com for something like this?
>Any advice would be appreciated.
>thanks,

Often RPMs start their life as contributed RPMS.
If there is a demande Redhat could incorporate them in main
distribution or add them to the powertools.

They allready do that for many of my contrib RPMs....

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