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http://localhost:8080/ --> HTTP 500 - Internal server error - Anyone?

 
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Hello there,
I am running Windows2000 on PIII with enough RAM.
I have successfully installed and started up TOMCAT (4.1.29) - I see a DOS window open with "Tomcat" caption and some output. Tomcat is running on port 8080 (default).
When I do the following from a browser, I get "This page cannot be displayed" error message:
http://localhost:8080
Here are the env variables:
CATALINA_HOME C:\Java\jakarta-tomcat-4.1.29
TOMCAT_HOME C:\Java\jakarta-tomcat-4.1.29
JAVA_HOME C:\Java\j2sdk1.4.2_01
Any clues?
Previously I had Windows 98 on my PC and everything was running OK. Is there somehing about Windows 2000 that has to be done in order get it to work properly?
Thanks in advance
Amer
 
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