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Thanks!!!
11 years ago

David Newton wrote:Unzip it to a directory?

What specifically do you need to know?




Hi David, I unzip the apache-tomcat-6.0.29.tar.gz on my applications folder but when I try to open this folder from a terminal windows I got this messages:

cd applications ----- OK!!!

cd apache-tomcat-6.0.29
-bash: cd: apache-tomcat-6.0.29: No such file or directory

If I unzip the apache-tomcat-6.0.29.tar.gz on my user folder and open a terminal window, go to the /apache-tomcat-6.0.29/bin folder and execute this command:

sudo ./startup.sh

It's work, why???

How can I automate this startup command???

When I go to localhost:8080 and try to open any option, tomcat always ask me for a user and password, but I don't have it, where is this user and password???

I thinks this are all my question, for now :D
11 years ago
Hi, does anybody have a guide to install tomcat on mac os x 10.6 step by step please. Because I'm a windows user

Thanks for your help
11 years ago
I got this solution...



thanks anyway
Hello everybody...

I know how to looping through multidimesional array with basic for; but I try to think how to do the same thing with de enhanced for and no ideas come to my mind does anybody can help help me with this.

for example I have this array

int[][] twoDee = {{1, 2, 3}, {4, 5, 6}, {7, 8, 9}};

How could I looping through this multidimensional array???

Thanks!!!
Hi everybody, I have the following code


public class AutoBoxingObj {

Integer y = new Integer(567);
Integer x = y;
System.out.println(y==x);
}

but when I try System.out.println(y==x); I get the following compiler error:

cannot find symbol
symbol: class out
location: class java.lang.System

<identifier> expected

cannot find symbol
symbol: class y
location: class AutoBoxingObj

<identifier> expected


And I don't undertand what's going on ...please some help.
11 years ago
oops "my mistake"...thanks for your help.
Hi everybody, I bought the Sun Certified Programmer for Java 6 Studie Guide, on page228 I saw and example of Anonymous array, it's look like this:

int [] testScore;
testScore = new int [] {4,7,2};

buuuuut I does not work!!!


If I try this way, it works:

int [] testScore = new int [] {4,7,2};

it's this the same thing??? it is this a book mistake?

Does anybody can explain me this please