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Installing Alfresco on RHEL5 with existing Tomcat and JDK

Question asked by madapaka on Sep 14, 2010
Latest reply on Sep 15, 2010 by madapaka
Hi Everyone,

I'm trying to install Alfresco on our RHEL5/Fedora box with an existing Tomcat binary 6.0.29, Sun JDK 1.6.0_21, and Ingres 9.3 using the WAR method, followed the instructions in the manual but I got confused/lost as I went along. I copied the alfresco.war and share.war file to my Tomcat directory i.e. /usr/src/tomcat/webapps and was able to see the share login page http://localhost:8080/share however http://localhost:8080/alfresco does not load i.e. "resource not available".

I've also installed or copied so to speak the alfresco-community-sample-extensions-3.3.tar.gz and alfresco-community-wcm-3.3.tar.gz respectively to /usr/src/tomcat/webapps/alfresco, and I've noticed that there's a virtual-tomcat directory, what does virtual-tomcat do? Does that mean there are going to be two instance of tomcat running?

Would someone care to enlighten me?

TIA

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