On Thu, Mar 9, 2017 at 12:11 AM, Douglas Landau <dougl...@westmarine.com> wrote:
>>One more tip: you actually shouldn't run Tomcat as root, this could get messy 
>>pretty fast.
> Thanks!
> - In fact I installed Tomcat and xwiki as root.  I guess someone else should 
> own the files?

> - I would like to run tomcat/xwiki on port 80.  Do I need to run as root to 
> do that?  Do I need to set up some privsep user such that it starts as root 
> and then SU's to a lesser user, like ssh does?

It's indeed possible Tomcat require root to use port 80. At least on
Linux. Usually what most people do is put Apache on Nginx in front of
Tomcat on port 80 and keep Tomcat on port 8080.

> Thx again.
> Doug
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