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From Warren Pace <>
Subject Re: install tomcat daemon on linux
Date Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00 GMT
Since Linux distributions vary so much, it's up to the user to write his own script.  Look
in $CATALINA_HOME/bin/jsvc-src-native for an example.  Better yet, there should be a script
called skeleton in /etc/init.d you can use as a guide to write a proper LSB-conforming script
for your fedora dist.  If you need an example, reply and I'll send you mine as an attachment.

> From: ody quraviharto <>
> Date: 2005/12/08 Thu PM 10:55:06 EST> To:> Subject: install
tomcat daemon on linux> 
> hi all,
> I'm a newbie of tomcat user.
> I'd like to install tomcat so that it starts as linux starts up.
> I've read the docs, told me to use jsvc tools. is the
> problem..I do what it's suppose to do but still no tomcat script on
> /etc/init.d on my fedora.
> PLease help me,
> thx> 
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