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Tomcat install on OpenBSD

Contributed by jose on from the secure-web-server dept. writes:
" Adam Getchell has published instructions on installing Tomcat on OpenBSD in the form of install logs . The config is set up as non-root so that anyone can start/stop Tomcat. He has not tried loading any EJB's and is playing with Cocoon to make the setup work with XML publishing framework. Adam is looking for feedback relating to his setup."
This looks pretty cool, I have been interested in some of these components. This looks like a promising way to secure your dynamic web server using OpenBSD, which I'm all for!

(Comments are closed)

  1. By Anonymous Coward () on

    it worked before, and no install logs will break it, downloading J2SSE or XML toolkits should be real pain for firsttimers
    hey where is ajk/jk and warp/webapp setup log???

  2. By Anonymous Coward () on

    Anybody tried JBoss ?

    1. By Anonymous Coward () on

      prebuilt binary version only with libraries included

  3. By dawg () on

    since we're talking obsd xml stuff- anyone tried installing apache xindice for native xml db'ing? and if so, any impressions?

    1. By Anonymous Coward () on

      Apache Software Foundation makes quality software which in turn builds on OpenBSD like charm, even for you

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