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All I want is to be able to run jsp page in apache 2.0.48. what you i need. I though i need tomcat but i have no idea if it is working? redhat 9
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Hi!

Apache cannot run jsp, end of storie there.
You need tomcat or some other application server like, iPlanet, webSphere, Oracle iAs.....

How you install tomcat or any other of the app server consult their manual, no point in me repeating all that here.
Orace: otn.oracle.com
Tomcat: jakarta.apache.org

You also need at least the jre, but I'd recommend getting the jdk from sun:
java.sun.com

Good luck!

Regards
/Hasse
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Also Resin Servlet Runner is working good:

http://www.caucho.com/
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