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connie lindstrom
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Hi all,
Thought this message was submitted yesterday, but do not see it posted, may have sent it without a subject. Please disregard if looks familiar. . Anyhow, searched the archives, and cannot find a problem similar to mine. If this has already been addressed, please link me to the appropriate mail.
Installed Apache 1_3_14_win32_r2 on my Win98. Changed ServerNane to localhost. Can call up a browser, type in localhost, and the apache html that. page that starts � If you can see this, it means that the installation . . � pops right up, everything seems Ok.
On to installing tomcat3.1, edit my autoexec.bat, add JAVA_PATH, TOMCAT_PATH, and SET CLASSPATH. Autoexec.bat now looks like this �

All tomcat files are unzipped below the Jakarta-tomcat directory per the default installation.
Why does the message �Bad command or file name� appear with each of the three new lines, in this case, the last three lines of my autoexec.bat, upon reboot? Yes, locahost still works with the browser.
Regards, connie

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Frank Carver
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I think you need to put a SET at the start of each line. These new lines are setting an environment variable, just as the SET PATH line does, so you should use the same syntax.
 
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