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Old 04-08-2009, 12:21 AM   #1
lakshmi4linux
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How to Install and configure apache and Jboss in debian


Hi all,

forgive for my chilli questions.

I need to install apache and jboss and need to configure jboss on 8080 port and apache on 80 port and need to enable proxy on my debian machine.

Is it possible for me to install jboss and apache using "apt-get install" command. Please help me out in this operation.

Thanks in Advance.
 
Old 04-08-2009, 09:13 AM   #2
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Hi all,

forgive for my chilli questions.

I need to install apache and jboss and need to configure jboss on 8080 port and apache on 80 port and need to enable proxy on my debian machine.

Is it possible for me to install jboss and apache using "apt-get install" command. Please help me out in this operation.

Thanks in Advance.
Did you TRY to use the "apt-get install"??? What have you done so far?

You can install apache easily that way. A quick Google search turns up:

http://christian.is.blogorio.us/2009...-installation/
http://wiki.debian.org/JBossPackaging
 
Old 04-09-2009, 02:31 AM   #3
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Hi,
Thanks for reply.

I install apache and Jboss.

Need to run Jboss on 8080 port and apache on 80 and need to see the thingss on browser.

i don't want to change the jboss port and see the webPage.

please help me in this operation.

THnaks in advance
 
Old 04-09-2009, 10:55 AM   #4
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Hi,
Thanks for reply.

I install apache and Jboss.

Need to run Jboss on 8080 port and apache on 80 and need to see the thingss on browser.

i don't want to change the jboss port and see the webPage.

please help me in this operation.

THnaks in advance
By default, web services are on port 80 already, and jboss is already on port 8080. That's it....all you need to do is INSTALL THEM. What help with 'this operation' are you needing?? I sent you links on both of these, with the commands to install them....
 
Old 04-09-2009, 11:35 AM   #5
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Thanks for reply.

Please don't get frustrate.

I know apache is running on 80 port and Jboss on 8080.

Jboss proxy using "mod_jk" in apache, that i need sir. sorry 4 disturbing u a lot.
 
Old 04-09-2009, 01:31 PM   #6
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Thanks for reply.

Please don't get frustrate.

I know apache is running on 80 port and Jboss on 8080.

Jboss proxy using "mod_jk" in apache, that i need sir. sorry 4 disturbing u a lot.
Spell out your words, and write clearly, it makes it easier for folks to understand you.

You said you wanted jboss on port 8080, and apache on port 80. All you need to do to accomplish that, is INSTALL THEM. You still haven't said if you've installed them, or actually read the links you were given, or what you've done.

Can't understand what you mean by:
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Jboss proxy using "mod_jk" in apache, that i need sir.
Do you mean you NEED TO LOAD mod_jk, or it IS loaded and not working? not very clear by what you've written.

And if you Googled for it, the first hit is:
http://www.howtoforge.com/apache2_tomcat5_mod_jk

Which gives you notes on mod_jk for apache2 and Debian.
 
  


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