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startup.sh couldn't run

 
qd wangqun
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to start tomcat, cd into the tomcat home directory and run startup.sh,it pop a dialog,let you choose a way to run startup.sh,so what can i do?
 
Marc Peabody
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If you're in Windows, you'll want to do startup.bat - and it's easier to do from Windows Explorer than from the command line. Just find the file and double click.
 
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Originally posted by Marc Peabody:
If you're in Windows, you'll want to do startup.bat - and it's easier to do from Windows Explorer than from the command line. Just find the file and double click.

hi Marc,

I downloaded tomcat version 5.5.25
And tried to install it as per RUNNUNG.txt
I set the JAVA_HOME environment variable and then double clicked on startup.bat.
It ran for sometime and then stopped at the line which said--



is that it? is the installation over?

sorry if I am asking stupid questions..I am very new to this field.
 
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If you're following RUNNING.txt why did you stop at step 3.1, friend?

Step 3.2 says:
After startup, the default web applications included with Tomcat will be available by visiting:

http://localhost:8080/


If this step works then you know it's working.
 
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