timothy from the neutering-the-cat dept.
joeyslopp writes: "Finding documentation on an open source project such as FreeBSD is usually quite easy. In fact, the project relies heavily upon user support. However, tracking down a good article that illustrates how to setup a .jsp (java server pages) environment using Tomcat has been difficult.
Devshed came close with their article Slapping Together A JSP Development Environment, but lacked specifics on JDK for FreeBSD -- their article was more specific to Linux. The studs in #freebsd on undernet enlightened me a bit more, but still I lacked concrete documenation.
Where can one find descriptive help in setting up Tomcat for FreeBSD?
Dun dun dun dun *cheesy superhero theme* Enter Victoria Chan's article seemingly tailor-made for my Tomcat woes. The article, also located here, actually appears on www.freebsd.org as well...imagine that :)
Hopefully other newbies to FreeBSD will read this and shorten their search time for a good article on the setup of Tomcat."
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