|The FreeBSD Java Project|
|JavaSoft. Home of Java|
|The Sun Community Source Licensing for Java|
|Jakarta Tomcat Homepage|
|FreeBSD Ports - Java Section|
Finally, we are at the end of the article and have a working version of Tomcat. We hope that you have learned the basics of installing and building the Java Development Kit on FreeBSD, along with installation of the Tomcat binary distribution application server released by the Apache Software Foundation. The reference section contains pointers to additional resources on this topic, some which are in print, some which are on the World Wide Web, or both.
The most important thing is drive space. I suggest having 700MB or more free space in /usr. I hope this article has helped you in some small way. For questions, comments, compliments, or rants, please direct them to Victoria Chan.
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