May I recommend this excellent guide to integrating Tomcat and Apache on
RH9 or RHEL3. It took me from a knowledge point of zilch to a working
>Do you really need to do it with packages? If there's no special
>reason to do so, then it's fairly easy to install with the
>>I'd say just go and hide. Tomcat is just one of the nastiest pieces of
>>software I've ever tried to install. You can get it all packaged for your
>>for RedHat, but loads of the packages conflict. The fact that it requires
>>many non-free components, like Java, doesn't help.
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