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Hello I'm currently on a RedHat Linux Fedora 1 And I've installed CFMX 7 ... and it says it went through successfully... but when I try to access the admin.. it get something like this. ???? SourceFileS ^^for some strange reason.. it won't let me paste the whole code... but basically I'm getting strange characters showing up in my browser and I can actually see the code... the server isn't process the .cfm file. it's just spitting the code out on the page....

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    Default Problem installing on Linux..

    Hello I'm currently on a RedHat Linux Fedora 1 And I've installed CFMX 7 ...
    and it says it went through successfully... but when I try to access the
    admin.. it get something like this. ???? SourceFileS ^^for some strange
    reason.. it won't let me paste the whole code... but basically I'm getting
    strange characters showing up in my browser and I can actually see the code...
    the server isn't process the .cfm file. it's just spitting the code out on the
    page.

    getcrunk3000 Guest

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    Default Re: Problem installing on Linux..

    Can ANYONE at all help me? Here is the link to a page that is causing problems.

    [url]http://207.234.184.17/CFIDE/administrator/index.cfm[/url]
    getcrunk3000 Guest

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    Default Re: Problem installing on Linux..

    Your web server is not configured correctly to send .cfm files to
    ColdFusion.

    I would use the built-in web server, or you can look for the various
    connector tech notes for Linux.

    --
    Tom Jordahl
    Macromedia Server Development


    Tom Jordahl Guest

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    Default Re: Problem installing on Linux..

    By using the built in web server... will that cause problems with my apache server? That's what I use to serve all my pages.
    getcrunk3000 Guest

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    Default Re: Problem installing on Linux..

    They are completely independant webservers and will not conflict with
    eachother. I routinely have apache set up to deliver cfm pages on my server
    with the integrated webserver still available (on my side of the firewall)
    to use the administrator.

    The problem is that the connector is not installed properly with Apache.
    Although it should work, and many have gotten it to work, Fedora is an
    unsupported platform so you will not be able to call tech support for
    installation assistance.


    "getcrunk3000" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
    news:d2f9sf$are$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > By using the built in web server... will that cause problems with my
    > apache server? That's what I use to serve all my pages.

    Dean Harmon Guest

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