Thanks for the help lads but I completely wiped the partition and did
everything over with Mandrake, and it all installed with out any hassle.
(Touch Wood). And I manage to get the application working perfectly. Thanks
again by the way mandrake is that **** :D I love it
On 4/12/05, Ciaran Johnston <cj at nologic.org> wrote:
>> Linux ilug said:
> > Yeah i can connect over the tcp port no hassle as well as the unix, I
> > the same setup on the windows box as the linux box. ie mysql & tomcat on
> > windows, mysql and tomcat on linux. I can only see the old JVM which I
> > don't
> > think its causing me any hassle and to be honest I don't see it in
> > processes
> > list. I'll have a deeper look though.
>> The problem seems to me to be that the port the client is trying to bind
> to is already used on the linux system, and it doesn't use a range of
> ports. (Not the mysql port, but the port the appication uses to connect to
> the mysql port).
>> I believe this is the first time you mentioned tomcat. More information on
> the specific client application would be good - what it is, whether you
> wrote it yourself, whether it's a servlet based application using tomcat,
> and where you get the error message. Also what the "old JVM" means would
> be good to know.
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