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Has a problem to configure Apache 1.3.12 (running on RedHat Linux 6.2)with Tomcat 3.2.1 (running on the same RedHat Linux 6.2). Does anyone has a step by step configuration to get both of them working. Tried to recompile Apache and tomcat but didn't work either. Thanks.
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1.since you are using redhat i assume you have installed the tomcat thru rpm( you can find the rpm from http://speakeasy.rpmfind.net/linux/rpm2html/search.php?query=tomcat).

2.next just add include tomcat/conf/tomcat.conf to http.conf file at the end(set the directory accordingly...pointing to tomcat.conf)

3.restart tomcat then apache. and test.
sounds simple isnt it.. it is once you have done it.

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