[SciFed] Tomcat 6 requirement for Shib IDP
aaron.roots at deakin.edu.au
Thu Jan 26 21:56:33 GMT 2012
Also if you can get to Centos6 or Redhat6 – tomcat6 is provided in the base repos. We are currently running this version without issue.
From: Dhivakaran Muruganantham <dmuruganantham at lbl.gov<mailto:dmuruganantham at lbl.gov>>
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Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2012 15:32:42 -0800
To: Shib Users <users at shibboleth.net<mailto:users at shibboleth.net>>
Subject: Re: [SciFed] Tomcat 6 requirement for Shib IDP
Thanks Peter. Useful to know and I am going to try it on Dev machines.
We do use other repos along with RHN. The problem is that jpackage.repo became out sync.
Forwarded the Tomcat5 bug that Nate mentioned to the Redhat Developer responsible for Tomcat5 release.
Here is the reply...
I recall that bug. I can take a closer look Thursday.
On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 2:34 PM, Peter Schober <peter.schober at univie.ac.at<mailto:peter.schober at univie.ac.at>> wrote:
* Dhivakaran Muruganantham <dmuruganantham at lbl.gov<mailto:dmuruganantham at lbl.gov>> [2012-01-25 19<tel:%5B2012-01-25%2019>:36]:
> I don't think i am the only one, interested in running CentOS/Redhat
> Doing a 'yum' install using the Standard repo is always preferred method,
> instead of downloading a generic package. I think.
The best (e.g. most flexible, least cruft) S/RPM packages for Tomcat
I've seen are the ones provided by Jason Brittain. They used to be on
his personal website and seemingly have found a new home at
For `yum install` you'd need to import the packages into a repo of
your own. We use our RHN Satellite but createrepo (or others) will do
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