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Tomcat Instalation Help!

 
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I have downloaded Tomcat 4.0 for Linux.
Suggest me which file i have to configure for setting the run time envoirenment? How to use startup/shutdown.
(Where to put these files,etc);
What changes i have to make in httpd.conf file of Linux?
 
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I suggest reading the user's guide.
 
Avinash Choudhary
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I read user guide but not able to locate the file where i have to set the enviromental variables(JAVA_HOME etc).
Can you suggest me the name of the file (which is equivalent(just like) autoexe.bat file in windows).
 
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After you extract tomcat, type TOMCAT_HOME=yourinstallation directory/jakarta-tomcat-4.0(I'm using tomcat 3.2.1 so I'm assuming that's the numbering for tomcat 4); export TOMCAT_HOME.
set JAVA_HOME=your root directory for the jdk. Add java interpreter to your PATH environment variable.
[This message has been edited by Michael Burke (edited November 07, 2001).]
 
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Thanks Michael for your suggestion,now My tomcat is running.
I set the environmental varibles in etc/profile file.
My Tomcat is in opt/tomcat directory. And i am able to see outputs in tomact/logs/catilina.out file.
 
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