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From Avi Deitcher <>
Subject Re: webMathematica\Tomcat
Date Tue, 04 Jul 2006 20:45:28 GMT

It has been too many years since I did bash, but if I remember
correctly, basically, just to JAVA_HOME=/System/etc....; export JAVA_HOME

However, why not wrap it up in a sh or ksh script to make your life easier?

Frank Murray wrote:

>   This is a newbie question.  I am trying to set up a servlet container using Apache
>One of the primary steps is setting up the JAVA_HOME environment variable.  Unfortunately,
>when I use:
>    "setenv JAVA_HOME /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.Framework/Home"
>I get the error msg "-bash: setenv: command not found"
>I am using the bash shell in a terminal window running under Mac OS X.  I have also used
"set" and
>then applied the executable '' located in the folder Tomcat/bin.  This however
produces another
>error msg stating that the JAVA_HOME variable is not defined.
>Is there a command within the bash shell, similar to "setenv" that would work?  Any information
>appreciated.  Thank you.
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