thanks a lot for the quick answer. That was exactly the answer. It's=20
working fine now!
Am Donnerstag, 17.03.05 um 18:51 Uhr schrieb Chris Wilper:
> Hi Marc,
> I believe the folks at UVA have done this.=A0
> To make your own settings for tomcat, you can modify the file:
> ... the startup process uses this file as a template for server.xml,
> so anything else you put in it should be recognized.=A0 You should =
> be able to directly encode the values for #1, #2, and #3 in that file,
> instead of relying on the values from fedora.fcfg to be copied over
> at startup-time.
> - Chris
> -----Original Message-----
> From: fedora-users-bounces@... on behalf of Marc Schl=FCpmann
> Sent: Thu 3/17/2005 12:34 PM
> To: fedora-users@...
> Subject: [Fedora-users] Fedora and Apache-Tomcat Connector Jk
> I tried to run a Fedora server connected via an Jk-Connector to an
> Apache 1.3. I did not manged it, because Fedora generates a new
> server.xml configuration file during startup. Anyone manged to do this
> or a clever idea? It is needed because the server has to run behind a
> firewall with port 8080 closed and the Apache on the machine serves
> other websites as well.
> Or do I have to use rewriting rules in Apache?
> Please help and thanks in advance.
> Marc Schl=FCpmann
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