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From Alec Bickerton <>
Subject Re: Jakarta-Tomcat 4.01 startup problem
Date Tue, 04 Dec 2001 13:03:16 GMT

You need to use 

service tomcat4 start | stop

I had the same problem using the rpm.

30/11/2001 03:23:55, Kenneth Fung <> wrote:

>To who it may concern,
>I have installed jakarta-tomcat 4.01 RPM on My Redhat Linux 7.0.
>However, there is no *.sh files as described in Tomcat documentation,
>so I download the ZIP version and extract *.sh files and additional
>/webapps for startup. I found even I have setup environment variables
>such as JAVA_HOME and CATALINA_HOME, they seems to have no effect on
> when it want to search the path as described in the file. At
>the end I add the variables settings manually in the file.
>When everything is ok( JDK1.3.1 also been installed), I typed:
>and there is only a message of memory allocation error left, then
>nothing else...
>The only successful way is that:
>	$CATALINA_HOME/bin/ debug
>	>run
>I can find the index page in URL: http://localhost:8180
>Is there any problem with the file?
>How can I use it as a daemon?
>Look forward to your message!
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