> I am trying to run tomcat 4.0.1.... The instructions say to:
> * Set an environment variable JAVA_HOME to the pathname of the directory
> into which you installed the JDK release.
> what is the correct way to do this? when I run start.sh in /tomcat/bin it
> keeps telling me I don't have JAVA_HOME set....
Depending on your shell, you might run the command:
(replace /tomcat/bin with whereever the JDK release actually is; we
can't tell you where you installed JDK)
or (if you use tcsh as your shell)
setenv JAVA_HOME /tomcat/bin
If you want to have this set every time you log in, you should figure
out what shell you're running:
If it's /bin/tcsh or /usr/bin/tcsh or similar, add the "setenv" line
to ~/.cshrc or ~/.tcshrc, depending on which is already present.
- If you're running zsh, add the "export" line to ~/.zshrc
- If you're running Korn Shell (ksh), add the "export" line to
- If you're running Bash (bash), the obvious file would be .bashrc
- Consult documentation for other shells, if you prefer something
LISP car-and-cdr worlds are a more reasonable representation of the things
that make life interesting than fixed decimal(15) or FILE OLDMSTR RECORD IS
-- Bernie Greenberg.