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    CFMX / Apache 1.3 / Win XP


    I'm unclear which CFMX installation I need for Apache. When I followed the instructions here:

    Macromedia LiveDocs

    The default CF installation failed to configure properly on Apache. c:\cfusionmx\runtime\lib\wsconfig\1\mod_jrun.so wasn't created when I ran the command to install the connector. Naturally, when I edited apache's httpd.conf, pointing it to the file, Apache wouldn't cycle because the file is missing.

    Do I need to install on top of JRun?


    Thanks in advance,

    Mike Britton
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    From the link it looks like you're looking at the Livedocs for ColdFusion 6, not 6.1. I'm not sure if it makes a difference but it very well could. This is of course assuming that you are installing 6.1.

    http://livedocs.macromedia.com/coldf...s/part_ins.htm
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    Already tried this


    I clicked 'contents' in the same livedocs and went to

    http://livedocs.macromedia.com/coldf...s/config14.htm

    I followed this procedure exactly, and it failed for both standard and JRun versions of CFMX 6.1.

    There's something I'm not doing right. I don't know if it's the install, or the Apache configuration part.


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    I believe Macromedia offers free installation support if you need it. Try http://www.macromedia.com/support/co...tallation.html to send them an email. If I find any other info on setting up CFMX with Apache I'll post it.
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    Judging by this technote:

    http://www.macromedia.com/support/jr...or_rebuild.htm

    ..The JRun4 installation option can be configured correctly, not the default installation.

    However, in this technotes (below it)

    http://www.macromedia.com/support/co...all_apache.htm

    It says: 'the installer is able to correctly configure Apache 2.0.43 through 2.0.47 (latest Apache version as of 8/5/03).'.

    This could be the source of the problem. I'll install Apache 2 instead of 1.3x (what I'm using now) and try again.
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