When I run startup.sh under Linux, why do I get a "Permission Denied" error?

Richard Elsberry

I did a chmod 777 to the startup.sh and the tomcat.sh and that did the trick.

[You can also do "chmod a+x *.sh" instead. "chmod 777" also makes it writeable by all users which may be more than you want. -Alex]

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