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configuring jakarta-tomcat-3.2.1

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Hello folks. I just got my hands on a copy of jakarta-tomcat-3.2.1 and I'm trying to configure it for a windows 98 machine. I need directions on how to set the classpath. I installed the whole thing in my program files folder under my c: drive. I was also told I need to change the port from 8080 to 80 and then change the memory allocation in DOS. Basically if anybody has any accurate and concise info on how to do all this, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks in advance.
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Hi, hope you are fine.
Firstly, I would request you to change your user name into atleast 2 words or more (your full name) as per Java ranch naming policy which is applicable to every members and necessary to adhere to.
It's also a good practice to search from the previous thread the problem your are facing, if you don't find any answer to your problem then you are most welcome to post your querry here.
As far as your problem is concern you need to visit the following link which i found from the previous threads to sort your problem out.
First one is this thread:
2nd is this one if you don't find answer in the above thread:
Hope you don't mind and get my suggestion with open-heart.
Good luck with your assignments with servlets and jsp.
Kind regards
Rashid Ali
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