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How to install Tomcat on Cpanel 11

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by bryanabhay, Oct 25, 2007.

  1. bryanabhay

    bryanabhay Active Member

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    Hello,

    can anybody let us know how to install Tomcat with Cpanel 11 version.

    i tried with /scripts/easyapache for after rebuilding apache

    i find tomcat is installed but environment veriables were not set.

    please update me the right way of its installation .

    Thakn you,

    Bryan
     
  2. cPanelKenneth

    cPanelKenneth cPanel Development
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    Which environment variables are missing?

    Tomcat should be installed via EasyApache if you are using the latest version of Release, Current or EDGE.
     
  3. bryanabhay

    bryanabhay Active Member

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    I was missing with Java_Home and Catalina_home veriables after easyapache

    but besides can anybody let me know how to install tomact with cpanl 11 step by step.

    Thakn you for reply,

    Bryan
     
  4. bryanabhay

    bryanabhay Active Member

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    Hello,

    Can i expcet any help from Cpanel Support admins in this forum

    or this is global issue ?
     
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    mtindor Well-Known Member

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    Cpanel does not provide official support via these forums. They have a ticketing system for that. If you need assistance and you purchased your Cpanel license through Cpanel directly, then you can open a ticket at http://tickets.cpanel.net. If you obtained your Cpanel license through your datacenter or someplace else, you need to open a ticket with them for support.

    Cpanel guys are often in these forums, and they often provide assistance in here, but the forums are not the official method of support by Cpanel.

    If you need to know who you should contact for support, go to http://verify.cpanel.net and plug in the main IP address of your Cpanel server. Then you'll be able to see who you bought your license through and thus who you need to contact for support.

    Apparently the problem you are experiencing hasn't been seen by any of the regular viewers of these forums, and thus you did not get an answer like you had expected.

    Mike
     
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