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problem while installing tomcat4.0.1

 
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i installed tomcat binary distributionon my linux system.i changed the localhost port to 90 & default tomcat port was 80.i followed all the instructions for installation.

but,http://localhost was showing "cannot locate server"

i changed the tomcat port to 1977,but still it was showing the same message.

PLEASE HELP ME
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Javaranch has a policy on what constitutes a valid user name. Please read it here and re-register with a name that conforms.
Second, this topic is more appropriate for the Apache/Tomcat forum. I will move it there for you.
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HTTP requests assume port 80 unless told otherwise.
Try http://localhost:90 (or http://localhost:1977)
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