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error starting jboss 4.0.5.GA on fedora 10/red hat enterprise server 5 linux

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Could not initialise deployment for jboss-service.xml  in all jboss server modules.
due to this we are unable to see home page of jboss using http://localhost:8080 .
we tried changing ports from 8080 to some other port.but no results.
please find attachment for detail error from server.log of jboss Application server.
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could you attach your log file ?
Also is the IPv6 is enabled on your linux ?
If so then it is probably an bug of JDK as described in http://www.jboss.org/community/wiki/IPv6:
"On Linux, IPv6 doesn't work (see below) due to a bug in the JDKs up to and including JDK 5. Mustang (JDK 6) fixed this, but I could not verify that it works on RHAT fedora core 5. So, on Linux, with SUN's VM, you have to use -Djava.net.preferIPv4Stack=true, until you switch to JDK 6. I haven't tried this on JRockit or IBM's VM."
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