Hi guys , I am relatively new to apache and tomcat . I am trying to port some applications from iplanet to apache . I have Apache-AdvancedExtranetServer/1.3.23 running on a linux machine . I need to install tomcat inorder to use servlets and JSPs . jakarta-tomcat-3.3 I followed instructions on the net to install tomcat . --> http://wass.homelinux.net/howtos/Jakarta_How-To.shtml I loaded my tomcat and try to start it using startup.sh / tomcat.sh .. but i keep getting the following error : EmbededTomcat: Init time 1467 2003-03-16 12:45:49 - Http10Interceptor: Starting on 1977 Guessed home=/var/jakarta java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException: org.apache.tomcat.core.TomcatException: Root cause - Ad dress already in use at org.apache.tomcat.modules.server.PoolTcpConnector.engineStart(Unknown Source) at org.apache.tomcat.core.ContextManager.start(Unknown Source) I was using the default port 8080 initially , but changed it so sample port 1977 and still get the same error . I have already spent a considerable time on this problem . Can someone help me please ... I have made sure no tomcat processes are running by killing the existing threads .. is there some compatability problem ??? Thanks g
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