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Old 13th December 2006, 06:16 PM
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Fedora 6 - tomcat user - password?

Hi Everyone,

I've installed the latest version of Tomcat 6.0.2 - now I'm trying to get the user "tomcat" (which appears to have been created by Fedora during the install) password figured out so I can start the server via the Tomcat user instead of running it as root.

So the basic question(s) are:

1) What is the default password?
2) How can I change this password if I don't know it?
3) Am I just being plain stupid?

Please - don't answer #3...
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