./startup.sh "Permission Denied"
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Posted By:   Richard_Elsberry
Posted On:   Tuesday, August 21, 2001 05:50 AM

The answer to this must be embarrasingly simple but for some reason
I can't figure out why I get a "Permission Denied" error message when
I try to run /usr/local/tomcat/bin/./startup.sh . This happens if I
run ./startup.sh from within the bin directory as well. I am
running RH 7.1 and it displays in both user and su mode.

Re: ./startup.sh "Permission Denied"

Posted By:   Simon_Liu  
Posted On:   Wednesday, August 22, 2001 01:23 AM

login on as "root" and then type "./shartup" and "./shutdown".

this wont cause any problems

Re: ./startup.sh "Permission Denied"

Posted By:   Dermot_Hennessy  
Posted On:   Tuesday, August 21, 2001 06:20 AM


What are the permissions set to on the startup.sh file?

Who is the owner of this file?

There are a few possible problems here, either you have not got the permissions set correctly on the startup.sh file itself, or else a file called by this script is not accessible to you. In addition you may be trying to run Tomcat to listen on a port below 1024 - all such ports are reserved to be accessible only by root.

Hope this points you in the direction of a solution,


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