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Tomcat 5.0 & Windows 2000

 
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Hi,

I installed Tomcat5.0 on my laptop with windows 2000. After installing tomcat after the windows reboot it get "fatal error" with blue screen.
It shows a memory reference error while logging on to machine itself.
I used "windows last known good configuraiton" option and logged in, uninstalled tomcat and I am not having problems. I reinstalled it and again the logon screens throws the blue screen the memory errors.

Please help to resolve this.

Thanks,
Vinod
 
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Hi Vinod,

After installing tomcat after the windows reboot it get "fatal error" with blue screen.
I don't know what caused the blue screen. Did you download the 5.0.28.exe version?

How about you use the 5.0.28.zip version?
1. Unzip the file into a convenient location. e.g c:\tomcat-5.0.28
2. Set the following environment variables:
JAVA_HOME = c:\jdk-1.4
CATALINA_HOME=c:\tomcat-5.0.28
3. Startup the tomcat.
c:\tomcat-5.0.28\bin\startup.bat
4. Open a browser and test the tomcat. You should see the tomcat main page.
http://localhost:8080/
5. Shutdown the tomcat.
c:\tomcat-5.0.28\bin\shutdown.bat

Make sure you uninstall the current one.

You might want to refer to this recent thread.

Joyce
[ November 11, 2004: Message edited by: Joyce Lee ]
 
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