On Tue, 2005-05-10 at 12:03 +0100, Gary Benson wrote:
Well, the main packages are Tomcat and Eclipse. I can't speak
Eclipse guys, but to try out Tomcat you'd probably do something like:
1. Install a FC4tX box.
2. yum install tomcat5 tomcat5-webapps tomcat5-admin-webapps
3. service tomcat5 start
4. Look at http://localhost:8080/
Assuming they know their way around Tomcat all they need to know to
configure it is that CATALINA_HOME is /usr/share/tomcat5.
Is that the kind of thing they're after?
Yes, that is great. Do you have a pointer for more specific instructions
for point 1? (Debian user speaking here [sorry], I don't actually know
what FC4tX is or where I would download it.)
> Their mailinglist is harmony-dev(a)incubator.apache.org
I'm going to be on holiday in five hours time, and I won't be back til
May 23rd, so I don't want to start a thread there that I won't be able
to respond to properly. Would you mind mailing them what I just
wrote (assuming it's what you were after)?
It would probably be better if someone more familiar with Fedora could
do the write up. If nobody else volunteers I can do a summary of this
thread. But don't blame me if it will sound like "well, it isn't Debian,
and the install is ackward, but..." :)