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From Pid <>
Subject Re: Error on startup catalina
Date Tue, 08 Jun 2010 19:13:36 GMT
On 08/06/2010 18:07, Sandro Gallo wrote:
> Ok,
> thank you for your answer.
> Yes, every time, I downloaded new package. I try also with 5.5: same
> problem.
> So, I'll try again to download and unpack the .tart file.
> Please, last question (I hope). I do double click in finder to unpack the
> tar file.

Mmm.  I'm not sure that sounds like a good idea.

> What is the command from terminal?

tar -zxvf tomcat-version.tar.gz

> To install Tomcat, I follow this two guide:

I've never needed set JAVA_HOME on OSX.  I don't know why people keep
saying you do.

> Is there any other information that might come in handy?

If the above doesn't work, then can you create a new user account in
case you've got something local to your user environment?


> I apologize for all these problems.
> If I fix problem, I'll let you know.
> Thank you very much
> 2010/6/8 Caldarale, Charles R <>
>>> From: Sandro Gallo []
>>> Subject: Re: Error on startup catalina
>>> Is there some solution to my problem with TOMCAT?
>> The problem is that no one else is experiencing what you're seeing, and no
>> one can reproduce the problem.  There must be something subtly wrong with
>> your specific environment or the way you're unpacking the .tar file.  (You
>> are using a fresh download from, aren't you?)
>>  - Chuck
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