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help plz...tomcat on windows 98 check settings error

 
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Hi,

I am facing a problem here. I am using windows 98, and I want install Tomcat 5.5.12 which require JRE 5.0. I have JRE 5.0 already. when I run Tomcat installer, I agree the agreement > select destination folder > change connector port to 80 > select JRE 5.0 path > and install...

A dialog box prompt out with message and 3 selection. "Failed to install Tomcat5 service. Check your settings and Permissions. Ignore or continue anyway(not recommended). either ABORT/RETRY/IGNORE.

If retry, still facing the same problem. if I click on Ignore, after installed, Tomcat cannot run at all.

when installing, I click on "show details". The installation process stop at
"Using Jvm:\Program files\java\jre1.5.0_06\bin\client\jvm.dll
[2005-12-23 12:48:37][1239 prunsrv.c][error]
Invalid command line arguments"

Please help......
 
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Please continue this discussion in the original thread:
http://www.coderanch.com/t/86155/Tomcat/Tomcat-windows-no-permission-error

Spreading it out over multiple threads causes confusion.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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