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Adventures in Installations – Installing CF 2018 Developer Edition on Ubuntu 16.04 + Apache

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November 02, 2018 04:41:14 AM GMT
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<p>TLDR;  After beating my head against my monitor trying to figure out why ColdFusion wouldn’t configure a web server on install under Ubuntu and Apache, I learned you need to run the wsconfig after the fact, and the commands you need (assuming you installed in the default location) are: cd /opt/coldfusion2018/cfusion/runtime/bin/./wsconfig -ws Apache -dir /etc/apache2/ -v ———- Alright… I’m tired of waiting for someone to come up with a CF 2018 AWS instance.  I really want to play with the […]</p>
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Labels: CF2018 Updates, ColdFusion 2018, Question, cf2018 updates, ColdFusion, coldfusion 2018, question

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I have become a fan of CommandBox lately. It is real easy to bring up ColdFusion on it. I am running MacOS. I have to admit I haven't tried to get it to mate with Apache.
Comment by James Mohler
1357 | November 05, 2018 04:21:33 PM GMT
Agreed.  Command Box is impressive, and I have a healthy respect for it in an ecosystem.  In this case, it was important to have a local VM environment that mimicked the production environment as closely as possible.
Comment by David Byers
1358 | November 05, 2018 06:08:58 PM GMT