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The Online ColdFusion Meetup Message Board › Installation and configuration of CFMX 7.01 on RHEL 4 with Apache and MySQL

Installation and configuration of CFMX 7.01 on RHEL 4 with Apache and MySQL

Steven E.
Bolton, MA
Hi Fellow ColdFusion Enthusiasts,

In case you missed tonights event, it has been recorded so you can check it later when its more convenient. See the topics covered and the recording location below.

Hope you can make it next time!
-Steven Erat
Organizer, Online ColdFusion Meetup Group


Installation and configuration of CFMX 7.01 on RHEL 4 with Apache and MySQL

This meeting has been recorded and is available for viewing here:

Topics covered include:

* Installing ColdFusion MX 7.01 Server Configuration
* Usage of Red Hat System V "boot scripts" with the service command.
* Identifying and fixing problems due to missing X libraries
* Identifying and fixing SELinux security context problems the right way. Security Enhanced Linux is now ACTIVE by default in Red Hat 4.
* Configuring Apache webserver
* MySQL 4.1 commandline usage to create databases and assign users in a secure manner
* Configuration of JDBC driver for CFMX to connect to MySQL 4.1 (rather than 3.2x)
* Demonstration of Linux user and group management for web application development
* Installation of the CFEclipse plugin, a free and alternative IDE to develop ColdFusion while working on Linux or Mac OS X workstations, rather than Homesite or Dreamweaver.

Stephen Collins has also produced a fantastic guide to installing and using Apache, ColdFusion, MySQL, and CFEclipse so be sure to check it out since its not only great but free!
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