Tomcat Install : Problem with /etc/host

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Tomcat Install : Problem with /etc/host

Postby bino » 11. November 2008 05:39

Dear All

First , My basic XAMPP install is running OK.

I Install Tomcat ... and test it with calling the host at port 8080 ... and it's good.

Now .. time to take care about connector ...

I download and extract the XAMPP devel ... to /opt.

I download : tomcat-connectors-current-src.tar.gz from tomcat website
extract it to my development directory ,
cd to "native" directory ... and do --> ./configure ./configure --with-apxs=/opt/lampp/bin/apxs
looks ok ..

make and make install,
ended with
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chmod 755 /opt/lampp/modules/

Please be sure to arrange /opt/lampp/conf/httpd.conf...

Here is what I added to my httpd.conf
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LoadModule    jk_module  /opt/lampp/modules/
JkWorkersFile /opt/lampp/etc/
JkShmFile     /opt/lampp/var/log/httpd/mod_jk.shm
JkLogFile     /opt/lampp/var/log/httpd/mod_jk.log
JkLogLevel    info
JkLogStampFormat "[%a %b %d %H:%M:%S %Y] "
# Send everything for context /examples to worker named worker1 (ajp13)
JkMount  /examples/* worker1

And here is /opt/lampp/etc/
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Time to test this connector installation

/opt/lampp/lampp start
It Failed starting Apache
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Starting XAMPP for Linux 1.6.8a...
XAMPP: Starting Apache with SSL (and PHP5)...
XAMPP: Error 1! Couldn't start Apache!
XAMPP: Starting diagnose...
XAMPP: Your /etc/hosts is not okay. I will fix it.
XAMPP: See also

Here is my /etc/hosts content :
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root@ubuntu-xx:/sda2/ngoprek/tomcat-connectors-1.2.27-src/native# more /etc/hosts localhost ubuntu-xx

Kindly please give me any enlightment.

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Postby Nobbie » 11. November 2008 10:28

I dont think that the error message of Xampp is right.

In order to find out what really(!) is going wrong, dont use lampp-Script to start apache, but start it native from command-line: change directory to /opt/lampp/bin and type "sudo ./httpd". This starts Apache directly and you will see all errors, which cause Apache (httpd) to fail.
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