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Bob Hartung wrote:
No luck so far. I have done the following:
1. modified jpackage.repo commenting out all the sections except
You need the *jpackage-generic* repository also. This is likely your
problem. This is the repository that contains nearly all of the
You can even check the jpackage.org
website directly and see that
tomcat4 (and even tomcat3) is there. The website may give you a better
idea of what is available to download, but yum would work as well, and
you should definitely try to use yum for the actual install.
So this would suggest to me that tomcat4 is no longer available via
Is my next best choice to simply get the tar.gz file and manually set
I think that once you get the rpm(s) installed you will really prefer
that way. There is a small learning curve when moving to rpms, but a
little patience is all it takes.
Keep in mind that there's a few tomcat4 rpm packages. You might want
tomcat4-webpps for testing, for example.
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