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    Default Tomcat6 - Missing catalina.sh

    Hi!

    I have installed Tomcat6 succesfully from Yast. Now im wondering where is catalina.sh file located ? Tomcat is running fine, but i'm needing that startup script for deploying web service directly from Netbeans IDE. The default init script is found from /etc/init.d/tomcat6, so is catalina.sh included to this installation ?

    edit: i'm using Opensuse 11.2

    Best regards and happy new year!
    karpox

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    Default Re: Tomcat6 - Missing catalina.sh

    No, there is no catalina.sh - what do you need to do?

    Most of the Tomcat6 configuration files now reside in /etc/tomcat6 - the layout is a little "strange" if you're used to just deploying T5/T6 via the normal tgz package from Apache.

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    Default Re: Tomcat6 - Missing catalina.sh

    Well, Netbeans is handling Tomcat via catalina.sh script (eg. for restarting after war is copied directly to webbapps folder).

    Altough i can copy my wars manually to Tomcats webapps folder but direct deplying would be much easier.

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    Default Re: Tomcat6 - Missing catalina.sh

    Whilst there is no catalina.sh by default, you could just symlink it to /etc/init.d/tomcat6 or rctomcat6 since catalina.sh used stop / start as well.

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    Default Re: Tomcat6 - Missing catalina.sh

    I used to start tomcat in debug mode using catalina.sh.
    "$Catalina_home/bin/catalina.sh jpda start"

    But in tomcat6 how to start tomcat in debug mode.

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