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Link for Apache Tomcat ?

 
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Can anyone share the link for the media for the Apache Tomcat Web Server ?

Also I am using Windows 7 as OS

 
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Apache Tomcat
 
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Which version of Apache will be compatible with Windows 7 OS ?
 
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All the latest one at least. I believe that on a 64-bit Windows you need a 64-bit JRE for Tomcat to work.
 
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Rob Spoor wrote:All the latest one at least. I believe that on a 64-bit Windows you need a 64-bit JRE for Tomcat to work.


How does a 64-bit machine differ from 32-bit. Is it hardware or software that is 32-bit and 64-bit? Can I say OS is the only software that will be impacted by the machine architecture?
 
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No, lots of software comes in 32-bit and 64-bit varieties besides the OS. You need to check the documentation of whatever software you intend to install if it runs on one, the other, or both varieties. Luckily, the Tomcat requirements page has all that information.
 
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