Getting closer to CFMX on my MacBook Pro

In the end I may just stick to parallels, but if nothing else I wouldn’t mind having the option to do all my dev directly in OS X.

Thanks to Simeon for pointing out the answer to my first road block. Since then I’ve gotten jrun compiled, and modded the httpd.conf file. And now I get this in my log file when browsing to any of these addresses.

 

http://localhost/CFIDE/Administrator/index.cfm,

 

http://127.0.0.1:8300/CFIDE/Administrator/index.cfm,

or http://localhost:8300/CFIDE/Administrator/index.cfm

 

 

[Sun Dec 31 18:32:48 2006] [notice] jrApache[9877:52727] could not open "/Applications/JRun4/lib/wsconfig/1/jrunserver.store": Permission denied
[Sun Dec 31 18:32:48 2006] [notice] jrApache[9877:52727] initialized proxy for 127.0.0.1:51020
[Sun Dec 31 18:32:48 2006] [notice] jrApache[9877:52727] Couldn’t initialize from remote server, JRun server(s) probably down.
[Sun Dec 31 18:32:48 2006] [notice] jrApache[9877:52727] JRun will not accept request.  Check JRun web server configuration and JRun mappings on JRun server.

 I’ve made sure my wsconfig.properties and jrunserver.store are both rw-r–r– and my mod_jrun.so is rwxr-xr-x

Still no love. Thanks also to Scott P for the thoughts on my previous woes.

7 thoughts on “Getting closer to CFMX on my MacBook Pro

  1. Simeon Post author

    Woo Hooo!

    Glad we could get it figured out. This hurdle was the only thing that made me feel any concerns upgrading to an intel mac. I was so used to everything "just working" on my mac its been along time since I had to _try_ to make something work.

    Happy New Year!

  2. Simeon

    Woo Hooo!

    Glad we could get it figured out. This hurdle was the only thing that made me feel any concerns upgrading to an intel mac. I was so used to everything "just working" on my mac its been along time since I had to _try_ to make something work.

    Happy New Year!

  3. John Wilker

    @JR

    mmm jeebus it's been a while since I did this. IIRC I had to start over with setting up my web sites under jRun.

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