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Old 23rd September 2008, 06:34 AM
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yum install tomcat5...http://myip:8080?

I've installed fedora 9 and I did a yum install tomcat5. I started tomcat with

/etc/init.d/tomcat5 start, and I surfed to my site:

Where i expected to see tomcat. No go.

I disabled my firewall. By the way.

I've never run tomcat from an rpm installation, always as a simple tarball...

Is there something idiomatic about how a redhat tomcat instance runs? A different port perhaps. I looked in the server.xml and don't see any difference...


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