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Installing Tomcat 5.5.7 in Windows 98

 
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Hi frendz,
Can any body tell me how to install Tomcat 5.5.7 in Windows 98? am new to tomcat so help me out please.
 
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What part are you stuck on?
  • Install Java (JDK 1.5) aka j2se 5.0
  • Download the .exe version of Tomcat.
  • Run the installer.
  • Follow the instructions in the wizard.
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    Hi ben,
    Thank you very much for the reply. Unfortunately i am not able to find the exe version of tomcat. can u please send me the link.
     
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    Thanx a lot Ben Souther
     
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    Win98 frequently causes trouble due to the small default for environment memory. Tomcat startup bat files use LOTS of environment variables and typically crash. The solution is to increase the default - you can do that in startup.bat as I recall but it has been a long time since I ran Win98.
    A google search will probably find the right syntax.
    Bill
     
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    Originally posted by William Brogden:
    Win98 frequently causes trouble due to the small default for environment memory. Tomcat startup bat files use LOTS of environment variables and typically crash. The solution is to increase the default - you can do that in startup.bat as I recall but it has been a long time since I ran Win98.
    A google search will probably find the right syntax.
    Bill



    Good point. If you right click on the title bar from a dos window and then click the properties option you will see a section for memory allocation.
    Set it to whatever the maximum is (I don't remember off hand). Then, somewhere in there, you'll find a option to use these settings for all future dos windows or something or other.... Choose that option.
     
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