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Posted on 2004-08-13
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Hi,

I have to install Resin2 so I can use JSP pages on my server.
How do I install Java, and the right one and so on.

Please guide me through!
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I allready got Apache1.3 installed now.
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cd /usr/ports/java/jdk14 ; make install ( gives loads of licences to accept , thus not present in packages inside /stand/sysinstall), basicaly - follow instructions on screen.
no need for apache for a while.
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