Linked by Tony Arcieri on Thu 15th May 2003 00:46 UTC
Internet & Networking When you think of platforms upon which you would deploy a Java Application Server, FreeBSD probably isn't the first one that comes to mind. However, I hope to show in this tutorial how easy it is to deploy Apache Tomcat on a FreeBSD system, complete with a native build of the JDK.
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Nice tutorial, a question...
by bsdrocks on Thu 15th May 2003 01:19 UTC

Just wondering why do you choice FreeBSD over Linux for the Java Server? Myself, I wouldn't choice FreeBSD for now, but should be better when 5.2 or later is released.

Java and MySQL are doing better on the Linux, because of threads and etc.

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Two of your new projects, libtorrent and phpkeychain. They look very insterest and useful.

It's very good idea to create the libtorrent, which I think it might be useful for Apache modules and many other tools.

phpkeychain looks interest, but I am not sure what exactly it will work with PHP. I am going to read the FAQ that you have posted yesterday. I might throw some comments or/and questions.
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