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sawgata 05-28-2010 02:26 AM

error 404 requested resource not found
 
after installation of liferay on fedora6 when i am trying to run
it through browser the the error comes
http error 404
requested resource not found

how to solve this and how to view the administrative page of apache tomcat

Simon Bridge 05-28-2010 02:40 AM

Quote:

after installation of liferay on fedora6
That distribution is too old to be of much use. Unless you have a really compelling reason to stay with it you are strongly urged to change to something up to date.

Quote:

http error 404
requested resource not found
This usually means you have attempted to view a web page that no longer exists, never existed, or you are looking in the wrong place.
Quote:

how to solve this and how to view the administrative page of apache tomcat
Make sure the resource it wants actually exists at the place it is looking for it.

alli_yas 05-28-2010 02:42 AM

Hi,

Quote:

after installation of liferay on fedora6 when i am trying to run
it through browser the the error comes
http error 404
requested resource not found
Can you clarify what Liferay product/version you're talking about? What URL are you trying to hit?

Quote:

how to solve this and how to view the administrative page of apache tomcat
Again what version of Tomcat and further have you done a default install or a custom install?

For a default install the Administration page would be at: http://localhost:8080

I suggest you read the LQ rules and advice on how to ask questions smartly as your posts lacks basic information on what you're doing and what problem/s you're having.

sawgata 05-28-2010 05:57 AM

details
 
i am using fedora 6.
the liferay bundle i am using is 5.2.3-1 bundled with tomcat 6.0 on linux.
i have already installed jdk-6u20-linux-i586-rpm.bin.
and set the JAVA_HOME AND PATH envioronment variables to locations Java and Java/bin.

during installation mysql port is default 3306
web server port 9090 (it was 8080 as default i changed it to 9090)
shutdown port 7070(default was 8005 i changed to 7070)
ajp port 3030 (default was 8009 i changed to 3030)

after going to apache-tomcat/bin and issuing the comand ./startup.sh
and tail -f command for catalina. then starting the browser at
http://127.0.0.1:9090/liferay

i am receiving the error 404
resource not found.

how to make changes to the tomcat server setting or anywhere else.

bathory 05-28-2010 06:19 AM

Hi sawgata,

As I told you in your other post liferay is customized tomcat application. In practice it's a portal server and by default it's running from the tomcat docroot (unless you've changed something in the configuration)
So the default homepage should be http://127.0.0.1:9090

Regards

dasy2k1 05-28-2010 08:31 PM

but again I must point out Fedora 6 has been obsolete for many years now (i think fedora is on 13 now?)
there may be major security flaws in fedora 6 (most likly there are) which will not be fixed
therfore it should never be used on any machine connected to the internet

Simon Bridge 05-29-2010 04:20 AM

Quote:

i am using fedora 6.
Well stop it!

That distribution is too old to be of much use. Unless you have a really compelling reason to stay with it you are strongly urged to change to something up to date. There is no way of telling if your problems stem from legacy software or not.

If you do have a compelling reason, please state that reason.


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