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    I have download almost everything to install openxchange but the mod_jk still a problem. The binaries on the apache page : http://tomcat.apache.org/connectors-doc/ are not available. And if I download a version of another site, I have dependency problems.

    How can I do ?

  • #2
    Take this link
    http://archive.apache.org/dist/tomca...connectors/jk/

    Does your distribution not provide a mod_jk *wondering*
    Last edited by Martin Heiland; 03-02-2007, 05:42 PM.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by portal_man View Post
      I have download almost everything to install openxchange but the mod_jk still a problem. The binaries on the apache page : http://tomcat.apache.org/connectors-doc/ are not available. And if I download a version of another site, I have dependency problems.

      How can I do ?
      try the solaris one:

      http://www.apache.org/dist/tomcat/to...ris/jk-1.2.20/

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Martin Braun View Post
        Take this link
        http://archive.apache.org/dist/tomca...connectors/jk/

        Does your distribution not provide a mod_jk *wondering*
        The directories are also empty.

        When I enter "mod" in YaSt it don't give me anything like mod_jk, sorry.

        I've a Suse distribution.
        Last edited by portal_man; 03-02-2007, 06:17 PM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Ben Pahne View Post
          The files have no extension type. What I have to do with them ?

          If I execute mod_jk.so-1.2.20-httpd-2.2.4 my bash tells me "cannot execute binary file"

          I've a Suse distribution.
          Last edited by portal_man; 03-02-2007, 06:17 PM.

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          • #6
            mod_jk is a binary module (.so) for the apache webserver, you have to load it via your apache configuration. You have to browse the ftp for a appropriate mod_jk for your apache. I am pretty sure that SuSE provides a mod_jk, too.
            Last edited by Martin Heiland; 03-02-2007, 06:21 PM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by portal_man View Post
              I've a Suse distribution.

              * Which SuSE distribution and software versions you use? Please poste detailled feedback! There is more than one SuSE around
              * Install mod_jk via your favorite package managment tool, integrate it into Apache if package managment tool doesn't do this.
              * Post the relevant logs if any errors occur

              Reread Step III.4 before you start:
              http://www.open-xchange.com/wiki/ind...e_Installation

              Daniel

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              • #8
                jakarta-tomcat-connectors

                The package inside a SuSE distribution for mod_jk is called

                Code:
                jakarta-tomcat-connectors
                Regards

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                • #9
                  Uhm, did they use the randomname.sh for their package names?

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                  • #10
                    Funny names

                    No, its not a funny name. Tomcat is a jakarta project and therefore its package is called "jakarta-tomcat". Additionally you can use a connector (mod_jk) between apache and tomcat. And this connector is called jakarta-tomcat-connector because the only web container with an AJP connector provided by a SuSE distro is tomcat.

                    And on the tomcat website mod_jk is called "tomcat connectors", too.

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                    • #11
                      I installed it by synaptic paketmanagement and ubuntu installed 1.2.18
                      I downloaded the newest version 1.2.21 but how can i install the .so-File?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Marcus Klein View Post
                        The package inside a SuSE distribution for mod_jk is called

                        Code:
                        jakarta-tomcat-connectors
                        Regards
                        Thanks a lot!

                        The install works but, when I try to start apach2 I got "can't find the workers file specified". Google seems to point out a mod_jk problem but don't resole it.

                        What can I do ?
                        Last edited by portal_man; 03-05-2007, 05:35 PM.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by portal_man View Post
                          Thanks a lot!

                          The install works but, when I try to start apach2 I got "can't find the workers file specified". Google seems to point out a mod_jk problem but don't resole it.

                          What can I do ?
                          you define the workers.properties. you set it in the ox.conf!

                          http://typo3.open-xchange.com/wiki/i..._Apache_mod_jk

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                          • #14
                            Perfect.

                            Just forgive me, I forget to read this part of the tutorial (all problems are resolve by it!).

                            - My worker properties was hidden here : /etc/tomcat/base/workers.properties
                            - The file I've edit was : /etc/apache2/conf.d/ox.conf (and not /etc/apache2/conf.d has the tutorial said - it's a folder)
                            - My worker list was worker.list=ajp12, ajp13
                            - I edit java home as workers.java_home=/usr/java/jdk1.5.0

                            I launched Apach and I get "Access forbidden! You don't have permission to access the requested directory". In the past few days I've install the commercial version of openXchange. When I removed it, I think it have also removed the index.html in /srv/www/htdocs.
                            When I had it again in this directory, it worked again!

                            All the pre-install is done. I try to install openXchange community now.

                            Thanks a lot!
                            Last edited by portal_man; 03-05-2007, 06:26 PM.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by portal_man View Post
                              Perfect.

                              - My worker properties was hidden here : /etc/tomcat/base/workers.properties
                              - The file I've edit was : /etc/apache2/conf.d/ox.conf (and not /etc/apache2/conf.d has the tutorial said - it's a folder)
                              - My worker list was worker.list=ajp12, ajp13
                              - I edit java home as workers.java_home=/usr/java/jdk1.5.0

                              I launched Apach and I get "Access forbidden! You don't have permission to access the requested directory". In the past few days I've install the commercial version of openXchange. When I removed it, I think it have also removed the index.html in /srv/www/htdocs.
                              When I had it again in this directory, it worked again!

                              All the pre-install is done. I try to install openXchange community now.

                              Thanks a lot!
                              you can't use tomcat with the new open-xchange server! shut it down. make sure apache runs and then try to open http://yourserver/ajax/

                              then tell me what error you get.

                              ps: the tutorial said that /etc/apache/conf.d is a directory. read it carefully.

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