Software :: Touch: Cannot Touch `/usr/share/apache-tomcat-6.0.32-src/logs/catalina.out': No Such File Or Directory
May 31, 2011
I want to install tomcat so i followed the steps mentioned in below link: [URL] After going through the steps i checked for
but it showed me the error
touch: cannot touch `/usr/share/apache-tomcat-6.0.32-src/logs/catalina.out': No such file or directory
/usr/share/apache-tomcat-6.0.32-src/bin/catalina.sh: line 372: /usr/share/apache-tomcat-6.0.32-src/logs/catalina.out: No such file or directory
when i went through my "/usr/share/apache-tomcat-6.0.32-src/" there was no "logs" folder so i tried
find / -name catalina.out
but it returned nothing.BTW i have installed "apache-tomcat-6.0.32-src", "java-1.6.0". Please if any one could look into the problem and provide me the solution to error mentioned above and why there is no "logs" directory in "/usr/share/apache-tomcat-6.0.32-src/".
I would like to use as much FOSS as possible, particularly with touch screen computers. Is it possible to run Ubuntu with touch and/or multi touch capabilities? If so, will an HP Touch Smart computer run Ubuntu? I would very much like to purchase said machine via Linux Foundation discounts if this is the case.
For internal security reasons I need to prevent ourmcat logs from writing to the webserver local disk. We set up a separate logging server with rsyslog and need to pipe the log data to it.I am trying to work out how to configure tomcat to send all log data to the logging server via the rsyslog client (running locally) via a named pipe. We are on CentOS 5.6, Tomcat 6 and rsyslog 5.8.1. I need to know: 1) do we use the default logging library or log4j2) where is this configured in the tomcat config3) is there any code that would need to be written to achieve this
I know that tomcat is the higher level server, and catalina is the servlet container. What is the difference between tomcat.log and catalina.out? Which one would tell if tomcat was down, which one would tell if catalina was down, and what is the difference?
Code: touch /var/www/index.html | echo "echo some contents" >> /var/www/index.html but would like to do this without having to specify the directory again with echo, and maybe even use linebreaks / tabs on the echo in. Anyone know a neat one liner?
I am using CRON to create a new, blank file, every minute, in a specific location on my web server. After web searching, and reading man pages, I get the impression that the following command is supposed to work:touch /home/mydomain/var/folder/attachments/`date +%H%M`.txtThis should give me a new file with a file name that is the current hour and minute.However, when executed, the CRON mailer reports:touch /home/mydomain/var/folder/attachments/`date +/bin/sh: -c: line 0: unexpected EOF while looking for matching /bin/sh: -c: line 1: syntax error: unexpected end of fileSo, it looks like shell is seeing the plus (+) sign as an EOFObviously, nothing get created.What would be the easiest, single line command to create an empty file, at a given location, with a time based file name
I searched around and it seems like other people are having similar issues with multi-touch on Lucid, although my specific problem hasn't been brought up. I have an Eee PC 900A that I upgraded from 8.10 to 10.04. In 8.10, two-finger tapping was processed as a middle click, and two finger scrolling worked perfectly with the other functions.
After upgrading to 10.04, a two-finger tap is now the same as a right click, and middle click is three-finger tap. There does not seem to be any place in the touchpad settings to adjust this.
What's more, if I enable two-finger scrolling in the touchpad settings, the two-finger tapping suddenly stops working. If is change scrolling to edge or disabled, the multi-finger tap functionality comes back again. Has anyone else had this problem? Is there a solution?
I've been trying desperately to try to sync my iPod to play songs from it and to add songs to it. I've tried Rhythmbox, Amarok, and iTunes through Wine, but none of them will even acknowledge that a device has been connected. When I connect my iPod while in Rhythmbox, a device called "Unknown Device" pops up for just a second, then disappears. This computer is running only Ubuntu now so I'm pretty desperate to find a way to be able to sync my iPod.
I just put a fresh install of Ubuntu 10.10 on my HP Pavilion dv9000, and everything seems to be running well except for my touchpad! When I boot up into Ubuntu, the mouse works at the log in screen, but the second I sign in, it stops.
A USB powered mouse works, but not the touchpad. I even booted up from a live USB to make sure that it's not a hardware problem, and it worked there. Is there any way I can fix this easily? I don't want to have to do a fresh install, because I put all of my files back on it again as well as installed a bunch of applications and programs.
I have some mp3 files with the wrong date stamp on them. I need to change the month value to May, and the Day needs to be changed from 6 to 4. For some reason my mp3 recorder messed the datestamps up. The time part is fine. I have changed the first three files to the correct MMDD parts, using the following touch command:
I know, I know, there a billion threads on the subject spread from Ubuntu forums to Yahoo Answers, but I like many I can't seem to make my fruit talk to a penguin. The odd thing is though, It worked (almost) flawlessly until I started messing around. Trying to install ideviceinstaller (which I never did get working), I tried to compile the source for the development version of libimobiledevice. When I did this, I got compiler error after compiler error. In the end I reinstalled libimobiledevice stable (1.0.4). The problems began here. I've installed everything in the FunkyM repo (except for debuginfo stuff), plus some stuff that isn't, yet I when I try to ifuse in terminal, I get the following error:
No device found, is it connected? If it is make sure that your user has permissions to access the raw usb device. If you're still having issues try unplugging the device and reconnecting it. And subsequently I can't use Gtkpod either.
Anyone got anything? I'm running 11.3, with a jailbroken 2nd gen iPod Touch running iOS 4.0.
i am working with ubuntu 10.04 and have ipod touch 3g.i'v connected the ipod and was able to browse the ipod directories, but i wanted to manage music and video so i have installed gtkpod package.it did not reconized my ipod, even it was mounted.so i started trying all sort of stuff and ended up with broken ipod support...so i removed all ipod related packages from synaptic and reinstalled them.but now, i cannot even mount the ipod. i get the error:
Unable to mount ipod Failed to execute child process "/usr/lib/gvfs/gvfsd-afc" (No such file or directory)i think i left something out in synaptic, but there are many ipod related packages, wont it get messed up even more?
I've downloaded from the Ubuntu software center a touch-pad application that allows me to set some preferences to my touch-pad. So since I rather use a mouse, I've disabled it, the problem is, it only keeps disabled for a few minutes, later it works again. So I want to keep disabled until I enable it again, any suggestions?
Where is the "disable touch pad while typing" preference stored and how can I alter it without using the GUI?I have written a script to disable my touch pad, but if the "disable touch pad while typing" preference is on it the touch pad will reactivate its self after I type. Clearly the "disable touch pad while typing" preference must be stored somewhere, if someone could tell me where I could alter my script to disable the preference along with my touch pad.
I recently installed Ubuntu after xp went off its last leg and couldn't start up (I deleted all previous files in the installation). It's a very good program and I have no problem installing new programs
The problem is that it will not recognize any iPod connected to it. ( not only mine but family as well)
Now when I say it doesn't recognize, I mean that programs like Banshee, Rhythmbox, and Hipo fail to recognize that an iPod is connected but my iPod can charge perfectly fine so I know that it isn't an issue with the cord.
I just connected an old Microsoft Wireless Desktop Elite Keyboard (keyboard + mouse set) to my Ubuntu and I was wondering if it is possible to configure all the additional keys and in particular the wheel on the keyboard.I found that keytouch was the software to do this, but on Ubuntu 10.04 seems to have some troubles: even after the configuration, all the additional keys are just... dead. The events connected with any of the keys never start.Does someone know how to configure this software?
upon the upgrade from 10.04 to 10.10, all upgraded nicely, except for my touchpad, which can't right click anymore, I can use the scroll on the side, and the button-trackpad just functions as a left click.I have an HP Pavilion dv6, with a touchpad like that of the HP Envy, click touchpad, with depressing ends on the bottom and middle respectively for left, middle, and right click.
I submitted a bug report on this when it was in beta, is there a solution to this issue? I use my laptop for work, so I would appreciate a fix... or something I could do aside from uninstalling my Operating System and reinstalling the previous version, which would seem to be a hassle.
I must say I've spent many nights trying to get this touch screen going on ubuntu but with no luck. Does anyone have any general step by step instructions or is there any sites I can go on. I have a Acer t230h and the furthest Ive got with it is typing something into the terminal and getting out aload of strange looking symbols and stuff. I presume that was in the right direction but i forget what I pressed... something like 'lbus' but longer I think. I have the touchscreen info plugged in with a usb lead so what ever their called in ubuntu might be a help. another thing I did find something related to the screen in the /dev/ folder by plugin it in and out a couple of times and spotting what file was missing and coming back but when I run it in terminal this is what happens - evan@ubuntu:~$ cat /dev/hidraw0 cat: /dev/hidraw0: Permission denied
I'm using the Rii Mini Keyboard with touch pad on my home theater setup and love it. Does anyone know of a way (other than the mouse settings) to set the sensitivity and settings on the touch pad. There are no touch pad settings under the mouse options and no special drivers loaded (that I can find) for the keyboard and touch pad.The Synaptic touch pad posts that I've found don't seem to apply. Lucid 10.04 64/bit
I have a 3rd gen 32g ipod touch with the latest firmware and restored to factory default settings. When I plug in the device via USB it will not mount. after plugging in the ipod my dmesg is as follows:
Code: [ 399.300032] usb 2-1: new high speed USB device using ehci_hcd and address 5 [ 399.455746] usb 2-1: configuration #1 chosen from 3 choices
And lsusb shows the device as:
Code: Bus 002 Device 005: ID 05ac:1299 Apple, Inc.
The OS is obviously recognizing the device as an Apple product, but beyond that I don't know.
The device will connect fine with windows machines. I have not tried using it with Wine + itunes as I know that itunes under wine is buggy at best.
When I plug the ipod in I get the following error message "DBus error org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoReply: Message did not receive a reply (timeout by message bus)" Amarok sees the ipod but cant access it. Gtkpod doesnt see it at all.Its an Ipod Touch 8GB, 2nd or 3rd gen.