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OnJava: Installing and Configuring Tomcat -- Part 2
Apr 1, 2001, 06 :33 UTC (0 Talkback[s]) (1861 reads) (Other stories by James Goodwill)

"To configure Tomcat as a stand-alone server you will need to download the Tomcat 4.0 beta 1 and the JDK 1.3 Standard Edition from the locations listed above. You should choose the appropriate downloads based on your OS. We will be covering the steps involved in installing to both NT/2000 and Linux."

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