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Old 9th May 2008, 09:37
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Default Install tomcat into Linux Open SUSE 10.3 64bit

Can someone help & assist me how to install tomcat into Open SUSE 10.3 64bit, i still new to Linux. Please show me step by step how to do it, thanks....
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Anyone can assist me on this? i still waiting for answer.....
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I'm sorry, but I'm no Tomcat expert - plus, I never use SUSE...
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First you need to install the latest version of java. Then download the tomcat from apache site. create a user tomcat. unzip the tomcat zip file to the tomcat user home directory it will be likr /home/tomcat/tomcat. Now you have to set the env variables. in .bash_profile of the tomcat user. add the following lines

JAVA_HOME="/path/to/your/java/instllation/directory"
export JAVA_HOME

CATALINA_HOME="/home/tomcat/tomcat"
export CATALINA_HOME

now you can start tomcat

To start tomcat go to /home/tomcat/tomcat/conf/catlina.sh

if ur setup is fine your telnet to port 8080 should connect you there. and if you browse http://localhost:8080 you should get the default tomcat page.


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