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Installing Coldfusion 4.5.1 on Cpanel

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  1. InternetNut

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    I've successfully installed Coldfusion on several plain Red Hat and Ensim servers. However, I am stymied at how to do so on Coldfusion.

    I don't speak Apache. (Grin) Can anyone interpret the error messages below? There were generate during make install.

    root@server [/usr/coldfusion/webserver/apache/src]# make install
    ./apxs.redhat -i -a -n 'coldfusion' mod_coldfusion.so
    apxs:Warning: No shared object support for Apache
    apxs:Warning: available under your platform. Make sure
    apxs:Warning: the Apache module mod_so is compiled into
    apxs:Warning: your server binary `/usr/sbin/httpd'.
    apsx:Warning: Continuing anyway...
    cp mod_coldfusion.so /etc/httpd/modules/mod_coldfusion.so
    cp: cannot create regular file `/etc/httpd/modules/mod_coldfusion.so': No such file or directory
    apxs:Break: Command failed with rc=65536
    make: *** [install] Error 1

    Better yet, how do I fix the errors above?

    I am also open to help from any consultants familar with the subject.

    Thanks.
     
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    Here is basically what it is saying.

    The apxs warning is stating that the current install of apache needs the mod_so library compiled into it.
    This can be done through easyapache.

    The cp errors for mod_coldfusion.so are trying to write to a non-existent directory, you need to modify the make file for coldfusion and change the path for modules to libexec then try the install again.

    Hope that helps.
     
  3. InternetNut

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    Thanks for your help. Do you do consulting by the way. If so, post an email address or url and I will contact you.

    Thanks
     
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    I sent you a pm.
     
  5. bonnmac

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    Any ideas? I'm trying to install CF 4.5 but when I go to run the install file I get this error?

    ./CFINSTAL

    /bin/sh: bad interpreter: Permission denied

    Thanks
     
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    Not logged in as root?
     
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    Nope :( I'm logged in as root.
     
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    tried doing chmod +x CFINSTAL or sh CFINSTAL (assuming its a shell script)?
     
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    Okay that worked however now it's telling me it's unable to locate data.tar says it's not in same directory. But it is. I'm sitting here looking at it. :confused: This was supposed to be easy to install LOL Just upload files and run ./CFINSTALL
     
  10. bonnmac

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    Duh

    Okay got it installed. Now how do I use it. LOL It installed to /opt/coldfusion.

    Starting ColdFusion servers...

    ColdFusion installation completed successfully.

    The ColdFusion Application Server is now running!
     
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