On 9/1/05, jerome lacoste <jerome.lacoste@...> wrote:
> I still think something is wrong in your setup. The jre should be in
my jre seems to be installed properly, it is in /usr/lib/j2sdk-1.5.0/jre=20
likewise, the localedata pack that Jetty complains about is in the
location it lists:
it's owned by root, in the root group, but world readable.
> That looks really weird. On my machine:
> Using CATALINA_BASE: /var/lib/tomcat5
> Using CATALINA_HOME: /usr/share/tomcat5
> Using CATALINA_TMPDIR: /var/lib/tomcat5/temp
> Using JAVA_HOME: /usr/local/lib/jdk1.5.0_04
Hmm, these line from catalina.sh is what's printing the message:
if [ "$1" =3D "debug" -o "$1" =3D "javac" ] ; then
echo "Using JAVA_HOME: $JAVA_HOME"
echo "Using JRE_HOME: $JRE_HOME"
Either way the doc in the catalina.sh script indicate that JRE_HOME
should point "at your Java Development Kit installation".
And again, Tomcat *works*, Jetty does not.
> > > Could it be that your tomcat is running on a different SDK, and that
Doesn't look that way, there's only one java install, and Tomcat seems
to reference it (though in that odd JRE/JDK way I mentioned)
> > > your 1.5.0 is somehow broken?
> > > Which Unix/Linux are you using?
> Same question
Oops, missed this one:
A Debian Linux distro. I don't know the details, the admin group
handles it. They're confident that it's up to date.
Could this be a 1.5 vs 1.4 problem? The file Jetty references does
not appear to be a regular zipfile, though I haven't exhausted all the
different possible compression schemes.