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Getting Tomcat to Automatically Start

 
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Hello All,
How can I get Tomcat to automatically start up when I reboot my system?
Thanks!
Elton
 
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Hello All,
Never mind, I found the answer in the O'Reilly Tomcat Guide.
Elton
 
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Elton, could you post your solution so that other forum members can benefit from it?
thanks,
bear
 
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Well... I did find the solution in the Tomcat guide by O'Reilly at the local bookstore. But I have not bought the book yet. I decided that i am going to buy the book through this site and/or Amazon in a week or two. (Waiting for my next paycheck.)
So, if you need a solution right away and you happen to be in a bookstore with a nice technical section, I think you will find what you are towards the beginning of Tomcat: The Definitive Guide.
Otherwise I will post the solution once I buy the book.
Elton
p.s. Am I correct in thinking that purchasing books through this website, the bunkhouse, helps to maintain this site?
 
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Am I correct in thinking that purchasing books through this website, the bunkhouse, helps to maintain this site?
Yes! If you click on a book, and buy it, amazon gives us 5% to 15% (usually 15%). If you click on a book and buy a different book, amazon gives us 5%.
 
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