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From pa...@comcast.net
Subject Re: Running tomcat on Debian Sarge
Date Fri, 10 Jun 2005 05:35:10 GMT
Just remember that the Debian - Tomcat package listens on port 8180 instead of the default
8080 to prevent conflicts with another app which uses 8080.


> pacea@comcast.net wrote:
> > Well . . . he said he was a newbie . . . 
> 
> Jep, green as grass :-) Going to give it another try this weekend, 
> thanks for all the tips... Keep you guys posted. Thanx
> 
> > 
> > -------------- Original message -------------- 
> > 
> > 
> >>I have never installed any debian-tomcat/apache package. I simply download 
> >>source from apache and build my own. 
> >>
> >>-----Original Message----- 
> >>From: pacea@comcast.net [mailto:pacea@comcast.net] 
> >>Sent: June 9, 2005 6:09 AM 
> >>To: Tomcat Users List 
> >>Subject: Re: Running tomcat on Debian Sarge 
> >>
> >>
> >>Debian has a Tomcat 4.1 (4.1..31-3 to be exact) package for the "Sarge" 
> >>distribution. The Sarge distribution is now the official "stable" release. 
> >>If you're OK with Tomcat 4.1 and you're running Sarge, you can edit 
> >>/etc/apt/sources.list: (omit all quotation marks) "deb 
> >>http://mirrors.kernel.org/debian/ sarge main non-free contrib" "deb-src 
> >>http://mirrors.kernel.org/debian/ sarge main non-free contrib" (or whatever 
> >>your mirror site may be). As root, run (omit the quotation marks) "apt-get 
> >>update", then 
> >>"apt-get install tomcat4" 
> >>"apt-get install tomcat4-webapps" 
> >>"apt-get install tomcat4-admin" (if you want the admin webapp) or "apt-get 
> >>install tomcat4 tomcat4-webapps tomcat4-admin" all at once. To be able to 
> >>run the admin and manager apps, you'll need to edit 
> >>/usr/share/tomcat4/conf/tomcat-users.xml to include a user and password for 
> >>the rolls of admin and manager. Blackdown has a Debian package for J2SE 1.4 
> >>jdk which you can install by adding "deb ftp://ftp-.tux.org/java/debian/ 
> >>sarge non-free" to sources.list. Then run "apt-get install j2sdk1.4" When I 
> >>last checked, they also had a package for the jk2 connector but theirs does 
> >>not support JNI (and jk2 is deprecated). Best bet is to download the jk1 
> >>source and build it yourself. 
> >>
> >>-------------- Original message -------------- 
> >>
> >>
> >>>Just install the Tomcat jars and read the Tomcat docs. 
> >>>We are running Tomcat on Debian also. 
> >>>
> >>>And probably Debian has got some packages of tomcat. 
> >>>
> >>>Ronald. 
> >>>
> >>>On Wed Jun 08 23:13:06 CEST 2005 Tomcat Users List 
> >>>wrote: 
> >>>
> >>>>All, 
> >>>>
> >>>>Anybody here who knows a foolproof site for setting up tomcat under 
> >>>>debian?! I'm an newbie when it come to tomcat on linux, but I really

> >>>>would like this to work... Al I seem to be getting is an connection 
> >>>>refused on my localhost... Some pointer could be handy, but I seem to
be 
> >>
> >>>>having problems googling for the correct manuals/howto's. 
> >>>>
> >>>>Thanks in advance! 
> >>>>
> >>>>Blijblijblij 
> >>>>
> >>>>
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