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mod_jk and OS X UNIX
I have Tomcat 3.2.1 Servlet engine running in standalone mode right now, but I want to integrate it with Apache. I can't figure out how to build mod_jk on OS X using the Jakarta docs. Also, when configuring tomcat, will it be able to find everything using JAVA_HOME given that things are in completely different places that a traditional JDK installation?
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Authored by: Keith on Apr 07, '01 11:24:27PM

I haven't seen it myself (the server was down), but try this link: Build mod_jk

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Try this link (another)
Authored by: MurrayTodd on Apr 08, '01 11:36:11AM

I got mod_jk working with OS X Public Beta, haven't tried it with the new one yet. I've got some detailed notes available at http://lamar.colostate.edu/~murray/osx.html

I might try today to see if I can get things working on the new OS X release.



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On Second Thought...
Authored by: MurrayTodd on Apr 08, '01 01:21:23PM

Well, I can compile mod_jk.so, and I can get Apache to load it's config file (by symlinking it into the /private/etc/httpd/users directory) but when I make an appropriate request, I get an IE error (Server can't be found) and no error messages in the errors.log file, so I'm stuck at the moment. Things had actually worked MUCH smoother with the Public Beta sadly enough.


If anyone wants the mod_jk.so file, go ahead and pull it off of here ->
http://lamar.colostate.edu/~murray/mod_jk.so and see what you can do. If you get any luck, I'd love to hear how you did it. E-mail me at MurrayTodd@mac.com .

Cheers,

Murray Todd Williams



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On Second Thought...
Authored by: itaku on Apr 11, '01 10:38:50PM

if you restart httpd in the terminal have you any error ?
the problem could come from the mod_jk.conf-auto
pico the path of mod_jk.conf-auto
and verify if you have the good path to the mod_jk.so set in this file



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