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Date:      Mon, 24 Mar 2003 07:56:14 +0100
From:      Ernst de Haan <>
To:        "enoal" <>
Cc:        <>
Subject:   Re: FreeBSD Port: mod_jk-3.3.1_2
Message-ID:  <>
In-Reply-To: <000001c2f1c1$5dce79b0$0fb30142@enkhome>
References:  <000001c2f1c1$5dce79b0$0fb30142@enkhome>

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On Monday 24 March 2003 05:53, enoal wrote:
> Hi,
> Trying to find an Apache 2.0.xx, Tomcat 4.1.x connector that works on
> FreeBSD is a nightmare.  I've tried every one of them a thousand
> different ways and always hit a wall every time.  Everything from
> mod_jk, coyote jk2, to mod_webapp.  Every build method from native
> builds (make, gmake, configure, buildconf, etc) to ant builds.  Is there
> any light at the end of the tunnel?  Are there plans to port a working
> connector for the 2.0.xx and 4.1.xx versions of these applications any
> time soon?  Pleeeaaase....?????  All the How-to's for the so-called
> "tomcat-connectors" are garbage when it comes to working on FreeBSD and
> what is this fascination with Linux?  WHO CARES ABOUT THESE CONNECTORS
> WORKING ON @#$@#$% <mailto:#$@#$%>  LINUX!!!   It doesn't even hold a
> candle to FreeBSD!  I appreciate your response.
> Very Discouraged (to the point of letting Tomcat just do all the work,
> including the static work)  :-|
> Eric

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