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18. mod_jserv and Tomcat > 18.1. mod_jserv

mod_jserv

Windows users should get the self-installing .exe distribution from http://java.apache.org/.

Download the gzipped tar file from http://java.apache.org/, and unpack it in a suitable place — we put it in /usr/src/mod_jserv.

The READMEfile says:

Apache JServ is a 100% pure Java servlet engine designed to implement the Sun Java Servlet API 2.0 specifications and add Java Servlet capabilities to the Apache HTTP Server.

For this installation to work, you must have:

Apache 1.3.9 or later.

But not Apache v2, which does not support mod_jserv.

A fully compliant Java 1.1 Runtime Environment

We decided to install the full Java Development Kit (which we needed anyway for Tomcat — see later on). We went to the FreeBSD site and downloaded the 1.1.8 JDK from ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/local-distfiles/nate/JDK1.1/jdk1.1.8_ELF.V1999-11-9.tar.gz.


  

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