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From Gaël Lams <lamsg...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: how to configure the tomcat 5.5.12 for a port 80 in linux (Gentoo)??
Date Thu, 19 Jan 2006 12:58:45 GMT
> So, I have configure a tomcat for a port 8080 in Linux (Gentoo), but when I try chance
this port to 80 this make mistaje of Permission in de logs
>
> What can I do?
>

It realley depends if it's fine with you to run Tomcat as root
You have three possibilities:
- if you don't care about running Tomcat as root and don't already
have apache listening on port 80, change the port and start Tomcat as
root.
- if you prefer to run Tomcat as a non-priviled user (listening on
port 8080) and have apache, use mod_jk and configure tomcat and apache
accordingly (see doc on tomcat web site): your users will connect to
port 80
- if you prefer to run Tomcat as a non-priviliged user (listening on
port 8080) and you don't have apache, redirect requests made on port
80 to port 8080 using iptables.

Regards,

Gaël
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