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From Brad Cox <b...@virtualschool.edu>
Subject Re: C2/TC4 issues
Date Fri, 01 Mar 2002 20:34:32 GMT
Where did you get TC4.01? All I see at apache.org is TC4.02 and 3.x.

At 12:11 PM -0800 3/1/02, Bruce Perryman wrote:
>OK, here's my deal. I've had similar problems for
>about a week.
>First, Peter Baer (God bless him) did this research
>with  some other folks and found, among other things,
>that TC4.02 doesn't work with C2 and that if you
>install and run as root you'll have problems as well.
>I tried changing ownership/permissions from root to
>another user and had no success.
>I finally started all over, downloading TC4.01 and
>C2(C2.02-dev) from CVS. I built and installed the
>source as a normal user and not as root. It worked.
>My suggestion is first view "Install and run C2+T4 as
>user, not root!" on Cocoon-users and thank Peter. Then
>if you've been doing this as root, start over as a
>normal user and remember. Thank Peter.
>
>Bruce
>--- "Anthony W. Marino" <anthony@AWMObjects.com>
>wrote:
>>  I've tried TC4.02/TC4.1 with C2.01 and continue to
>>  have problems.  The
>>  following is what my TC "localhost_log" file shows
>>  me:
>>
>>  2002-03-01 14:19:51 StandardManager[/cocoon]:
>>  Seeding of random number
>>  generator has been completed
>>  2002-03-01 14:19:52
>>  StandardWrapper[/cocoon:Cocoon2]: Marking servlet
>>  Cocoon2
>>  as unavailable
>>  2002-03-01 14:19:52 StandardContext[/cocoon]:
>>  Servlet /cocoon threw load()
>>  exception
>>  javax.servlet.ServletException: Wrapper cannot find
>>  servlet class
>>  org.apache.cocoon.servlet.CocoonServlet or a class
>>  it depends on ....
>>
>>
>>  JDK1.3.1/SuSE 7.3 2.4.18 kernel.
>>
>>  Can someone please point me in the correct
>>  direction.
>>  Thank You,
>>  Anthony
>>
>>
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