Ah, I think I might not have explained
I have History Education CD, which installs a
Tomcat and a MySQL server on Windows. It then copies a load of videos and clips
and text onto this server.
However we dont have a (permanent) windows server.
So i want to create do the installation on a temporary Windows server and then
copy the data, from server to server. i.e. like if it was apache i would copy
c:\httpd\htdocs directory to the /var/www/html directory.
Whilst I'm ok moveing the MySQL data from server to
server, i'm not so sure about the Tomcat...
However as i don't have experience of setting up
Tomcat on Linux, I'm looking for help setting it up the Tomcat on Linux. As i
cant even see where $catalina_home is, or where it is even meant to
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, October 07, 2004 8:49
Subject: RE: [K12OSN] OT: Anyone got
experience of Tomcat (windows and linux)
> Does anyone have any experience
of using Apache Tomcat?
I did setup a
Tomcat server about 2 years ago. I don't remember most of the details
but I can confirm that it does run with Apache on Windows. I think there
were some prerequisites to download j2ree and the sdk and make some manual
path adjustments for the windows environment. Also there was about a 10
line addition or so that had to be appended to my Apache config to call on
Tomcat. It didn't support Java Bean technology so I ended up switching
to Resin 2.0 for Java support. But for the short time it was running it
seemed to work fine. Good luck, it wasn't a fun process, but it is at
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