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From Lava Saleem <>
Subject Re: apache question
Date Wed, 02 Feb 2011 19:00:19 GMT
Hi everyone,
I'm sorry for not providing  the system informations earlier, the  linux I'm
using is centos 2.6.18 and the apache tomcat is 7.0.4 java is 1.6.0_22  I
know the difference between apache tomcat and apache httpd, I need
to configure apache httpd to server as a proxy,  I just want to know  is
apache httpd comes with apache tomcat when you download it, as I mentioned
before I see there is httpd in /etc but I don't see apache in the /opt  so
does that means I need to download apache ? and my second question is how to
upload a html ( embedded with java script )web page into apache ?

On Wed, Feb 2, 2011 at 12:22 PM, André Warnier <> wrote:

> Lava Saleem wrote:
>> I'm using linux box that has already apache tomcat I can see there is
>> httpd
>> in /etc  but I don't see apache beside apache tomcat in the /opt   I also
>> need to upload my html file in apache or like you said coyote
>> where and how to do that ?
> Lava,
> you have not told us which version of Tomcat (or Apache httpd) you are
> using, on which exact platform, with which version of Java, nor anything
> really about where these different packages come from or how or where they
> are installed.
> You also seem to be relatively confused about what Apache Tomcat and Apache
> httpd really are, and how they can communicate with eachother, or even if
> they need to communicate with eachother and why.
> There are probably 30 different types of Linux, and several hundred types
> of boxes on which to run it.  Each type of Linux installs Apache httpd and
> Apache Tomcat in different series of multiple directories on the disk.  So
> how could anyone tell you if it is normal or not that you find (or don't
> find) something in /etc or /opt ?
> If you could give us some real information for a change, including what
> exactly you are trying to achieve and for which reason, then someone here
> might be able to help you, or else direct you where you might get some real
> help.
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