tomcat on freebsd
ashley.moran at codeweavers.net
Mon Mar 13 11:13:27 UTC 2006
> Nope I dont have that. I did try run /usr/local/etc/rc.d/tomcat55.sh to
> start it but without having added tomcat_enable="YES" to my rc.conf.
> Nothing happened. So I will add that line and try it again...
> Thanks for the info.
All the rc.d scripts work the same - they check to see if they are enabled
(from the script's point of view, when you call them manually it's no
different than being called at boot time). You can also
call /usr/local/etc/rc.d/tomcat55.sh with force/one before the start to make
it run without the rc.conf variable but I've never actually used them)
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