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Upgrading to 10.3.3 and Tomcat

 
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Hello All,
This is a weird one. I recently upgraded to 10.3.3. The first thing I noticed is that Tomcat did not automatically startup. Hmm.
Well I did a little investigating and it appears that the /etc/rc.common file was overwritten. At the bottom of it I had placed a couple of lines telling the OS X startup environment where to find Java. Those lines were missing.
By replacing them, Tomcat now starts up automatically.
Just thought I would share this with the group, in case this happens to someone else.
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Thanks!
10.3.3 has been a little weird for me and caused my Mac to pretty much lock up (had to hold down the power button to reboot). Also, it never prompted me for a password upon waking up. Thankfully this only happened the first time I rebooted ... fingers crossed it doesn't happen again!
 
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