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Hello!
I'm not sure is this the right place to ask, but...
I've put a jakarta tomcat server to FreeBSD
box along with jdk1.4.0. The problem is that
tomcat starts but dies on error code 6 core dumped after 7 seconds. I looked the error log for a reason but there's only an "unknown error"... :/
If someone has an idea, please let me know.
thanks in advance,
Timo Leppiniemi
 
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Hi - I do not have a specific resolution to your problem.
A couple of questions to ask yourself:
1) Is your OS 'polluted' with a vendor supplied Java Runtime environment? If so, uninstall it, reinstall Sun JDL and Tomcat.
2) Is the Sun JDK install good? I mean can you compile and run standalone Java applications? Do the JDK sample jar's run without problem? Once that is OK and the problem persists .....
3) Carefully review your Tomcat install and environment setup. The problem must be in this area.
As a last ditch effort, I would suggest getting the Tomcat source package and building a system yourself (you will need Ant, and some other apache.org packages, but this process is fairly straight forward and well documented).
Good Luck, Guy
 
Timo Leppiniemi
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Hmm, I have written couple of progs, which run in that environment just the way it should. I have also double checked the installion.
I have also tried installing JDK from BSD ports and from clean installion... Tomcat runs nice with jdk 1.3.1_03, only by changing JAVA_HOME and CLASSPATH variables
 
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