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Which version of tomcat can be installed on windows 98?
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When I was using Windows 98, I was able to run Apache 4.0. I'm pretty sure that any version will run. Windows 98 does not have services, so you would not be able to install it as a service.
 
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Also, windows 98 does not by default provide enough Environment memory for MSDOS windows. Tomcat startup.bat uses LOTS of environment variables and will crash partway through mysteriously. There is a dialog reachable by right clicking on the upper left corner of a MSDOS window that lets you increase the memory.
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