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.
Permalink for comment
To read all comments associated with this story, please click here.
RE : i'll try it
by Tyr on Thu 15th May 2003 18:45 UTC

'll try it soon. . . but not with the native jdk.
i like freebsd, i like java but i'm victim of little frustration when try to join it. why?? simple: the native jdk doesn't run NetBeans. . . i need to run the IDE with the linux jdk and of course with the linux "runtimes".


That's odd I compiled the jdk from ports some time ago on FreeBSD 5.0 and it worked fine. I did have to edit the startup script though (runide.sh)
I wish I could remember what I did to it :-) It was a matter of deleting some lines.