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Tomcat installation

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rhytha, May 29, 2007.

  1. rhytha

    rhytha Registered

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    Hello all :) ,

    I deem that you are all doing fine.

    How to install tomcat in cpanel ( WHM 11) and if someone know how kindly reply to us..................:mad:

    Thanks in Advance :confused:
     
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    hi,

    You can simply do this through WHM as follows.

    WHM >> cPanel >> Addon Modules >> then Select 'tomcat' >> click on the button named 'save' on the bottom of the page
     
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    I suggest you ditch the default Tomcat install which has limited support for
    real java hosting and use NGASI AppServer Manager (http://www.ngasi.com).
    NGASI ASM is an addon that enables prive jvm java hosting.
     
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