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hi dudes... i am using redhat 8. i have copied jdk1.4 and tomcat4.0 from my windows(fat 32) partition and paste them in my linux partition ...under the folder name /root/opt...then i turned into the /root/opt/tomcat4/bin folder and wrote the commands while standing on the command prompt export java_home=/root/opt/jdk1.4 export tomcat_home=/root/opt/tomcat4.0 uptill now no errors but when i wrote ./startup.sh it prompts "The JAVA_HOME environment variable is not defined" plz help this out..............................thanking u
Also, exports are not "sticky". If you close that command window, log off - or even open open a new command window/virtual terminal, the exports for JAVA_HOME, TOMCAT_HOME, and CATALINA_HOME will be unavailable to the other command environments. I don't recommend simply copying Tomcat from Windows. It may work, but there are packagings targeted specifically to Linux. Better yet, if you get the RPM package for Tomcat, you'll get a tailored install that makes starting Tomcat as easy as "/sbin/service tomcat4 start" at a root user command prompt. And you can customize the run parameters by editing the files in /etc/tomcat4. Run back a couple of messages in this forum and you'lll see that some kind person has provided a URL to get Tomcat in RPM form (it's not available at jakarta.apache.org). BTW, the RPM for Tomcat4 - or at least the last one I installed placed Tomcat in /var/tomcat4. Why that location was chosen, I don't know, but it works.
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/var/tomcat follws the convention in apache. If you install apache in most system is in /var/apache, same for mysql, etc.
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