- Servlet 3.0 container such as:
- A case-sensitive filesystem. Fedora 6 stores resources on disk in an OCFL repository, and OCFL requires a case-sensitive filesystem. By default, Windows and Mac systems uses case-insenstive filesystems. If you intend to run Fedora on such a system, you should do some combination of the following:
- Locate Fedora home on a case-sensitive volume. This is an exercise for the reader.
- Do not use Archival Groups. Case related resource name collisions can only happen when dealing with resources contained within the same Archival Group.
- Do not name two different resources the same but with different casing.
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