Category Archive for: Cold Fusion for Linux

Starting and Stopping ColdFusion for Linux

ColdFusion for Linux includes a script you can use to start and stop ColdFusion. To start ColdFusion, use the following command: # /etc/rc.d/init.d/coldfusion start Similarly, to stop ColdFusion for Linux, use the following command: # /etc/rcd/init.d/coldfusion stop When ColdFusion is running, you can access the Cold Fusion Administrator from your Web browser using the URL: http://local…

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Installing ColdFusion for Linux

These-installation instructions assume you are familiar with your Linux system and have installed the Apache Web server and it is operational before proceeding. Before installing beta 1 of ColdFusion 4.5.1 for Linux, you need to note the following: 1. You should install RedHat Linux in either.Server or Custom modes rather ‘than GNOME or KDEWorkstation mode in order to…

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Cold Fusion for Linux

Starting with ColdFusion 4.5.1, Allaire is porting ColdFusion to the Linux platform. This is a significant move designed to take advantage of the widespread popularity of Linux as a platform for Web servers. Many Linux Web server administrators have, until now, hesitated to adopt Coldfusion because of the need to deploy Windows NT, which is seen as less stable…

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