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Matters not. Without the x privilege you can't run the script. Period.

Are you sure startup.sh is what you need to run? When we copy tomcat to our ifs root path from Windows, all the x on all the scripts go away, but we have another sh script that we use to start things up that does have x set. We've adapted the catalina.sh script to pull JAVA_HOME from the right place for IBMi and do a couple other little twists that make java and tomcat work well on IBMi.

Except that according to the "ls -l startup.sh" results, *nobody* has
"x" authority to *either* the new *or* old startup.sh, on *any* box.
<customer box>/wintouch/tomcat/bin/startup.sh is -rw-rw-rw-
<customer box>/wintouch/tomcat.bak/bin/startup.sh is -rw-rw-rw-
<our box>/wintouch/tomcat/bin/startup.sh is -rw-rw-rw-
<our box>/wintouch/tomcat.bak/bin/startup.sh is -rw-rw-rw-

yet only the first one fails.


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