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100 100  You only have to run this command to install all the interesting components.
101 101  
102 102  {{code language="bash"}}
103 -sudo apt-get install xwiki-tomcat9-mysql
103 +sudo apt-get install xwiki-tomcat8-mysql
104 104  {{/code}}
105 105  
106 -This package depends on xwiki-common, xwiki-tomcat9-common, xwiki-mysql-common, mysql-server, tomcat9 and libmysql-java. You might have to select a different version of Tomcat depending on what's available in your system repository.
106 +This package depends on xwiki-common, xwiki-tomcat8-common, xwiki-mysql-common, mysql-server, tomcat8 and libmysql-java.
107 107  
108 -During the installation, you may have some questions from dbconfig, in charge of the configuration of the database. Don't confuse it with the MySQL root password prompt, which beg you to put a password for the superuser.
108 +During the installation, you may have some questions from dbconfig, in charge of the configuration of the database. Don't confuse it with the MySQL root password prompt, which beg you to put a password for the superuser.
109 109  DBconfig prompt is about the configuration of xwiki and mysql. If you haven't any mysql already installed and you aren't familiar with it, you should let dbconfig handle this.
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111 111  DBconfig is then asking you for the mysql root password (you may have entered before). Then, you can choose the password for the "xwiki" mysql user. This user will be used to connect from XWiki application. Choose it wisely, but you don't have to pay a lot of attention to it, because after that, dbconfig is configuring XWiki automatically with these credentials.
112 112  
113 -The installation now ends, with the automatic start of tomcat daemon ("Starting Tomcat servlet engine tomcat9 [OK]").
113 +The installation now ends, with the automatic start of tomcat daemon ("Starting Tomcat servlet engine tomcat7 [OK]").
114 114  
115 115  {{warning}}
116 116  Note that your wiki is absolutely empty, like a WAR installation. Distribution Wizard will take care of the rest.

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