How to install Tomcat in openSUSE

Published on March 24, 2017 by Daniel Lanza

 opensuse  tomcat

Requirements

You will need the following:

Optional -> (Change Java OpenJDK to Oracle JDK to run Tomcat.

Steps

As you can see, user dalanz and group users can run Tomcat, since they can execute bin files and write files in temp and logs folders.

Tomcat home page
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