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Old 02-27-2009, 04:31 AM   #1
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Lightbulb [need help] where can i download mod_coldfusion.so for apache 2.0 ?


Hello all,

I'm doing a task to migrate Coldfusion 5 from SPARC (running Solaris 8) to linux. I know this Coldfusion version is sooo old, but i have no other choice since there are several apps that run on the SPARC machine and my boss doesn't have any plan to upgrade Coldfusion.

Up to now, I nearly finished coldfusion installation in CentOS. But the problem is, I don't have the coldfusion modules for apache 2.0 under linux.

I've been desperately searching for mod_coldfusion.so which compatible with apache 2.0 with no luck. The download link was available at http://www.ernst.ca/projects.html. But now it gives error 404. There's also another link at http://home.nextron.ch/coldfusion/, but unfortunately those modules are only available for win32.

Is there anybody can help provide me valid download link(s) to mod_coldfusion.so? Or even better, maybe someone can send me the file?

Thanks in advance.


Sorry for my english.


-triyanto-

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Old 02-27-2009, 10:29 AM   #2
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Hello all,

I'm doing a task to migrate Coldfusion 5 from SPARC (running Solaris 8) to linux. I know this Coldfusion version is sooo old, but i have no other choice since there are several apps that run on the SPARC machine and my boss doesn't have any plan to upgrade Coldfusion.

Up to now, I nearly finished coldfusion installation in CentOS. But the problem is, I don't have the coldfusion modules for apache 2.0 under linux.

I've been desperately searching for mod_coldfusion.so which compatible with apache 2.0 with no luck. The download link was available at http://www.ernst.ca/projects.html. But now it gives error 404. There's also another link at http://home.nextron.ch/coldfusion/, but unfortunately those modules are only available for win32.

Is there anybody can help provide me valid download link(s) to mod_coldfusion.so? Or even better, maybe someone can send me the file?
Well, this http://home.nextron.ch/coldfusion/2.0.43/ appears to have a link to that file that works, which is one of many I found after a brief Google search.

Have you contacted ColdFusion?
 
Old 02-27-2009, 08:33 PM   #3
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TB0ne,

Thanks for your reply.

As a matter of fact, i've already downloaded mod_coldfusion.so from http://home.nextron.ch/coldfusion/2.0.43/.
And as i mentioned before, those modules works only for win32 version of apache 2.0.

This is the output if i run `file` command:
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# file mod_coldfusion.so
mod_coldfusion.so: MS-DOS executable (EXE), OS/2 or MS Windows
What i do need is, mod_coldfusion.so that works natively for linux version of apache 2.0.

Macromedia/adobe has no official support for this apache 2.0 modules, so i'm afraid i cannot contact them for this issue.

From http://weblogs.macromedia.com/cantre...sion_5_an.html, the linux version of mod_coldfusion.so available at http://www.ernst.ca/projects.html. But unfortunately, this site gives error 404.


Thanks.


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Old 03-02-2009, 10:56 PM   #4
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anyone, please ?

The whole migration process really depends on this module. I've searched in every pages from google search results with no luck.

Thanks in advance.


regards,

-triyanto-
 
Old 03-03-2009, 09:57 PM   #5
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-- update --

Guys, i think i've found the link.
After scratching my head for about a week, my last effort is searching through webarchive. Thanks God, webarchive has enough archive for www.ernst.ca
I will try to use the file that i downloaded from there. I hope it works as i expected.

I will update the progress.

Just in case somebody else having the same problem with me, here's the link from web.archive.org:
Thanks a lot your attention and help.


regards,
-triyanto-
 
Old 10-22-2010, 08:43 AM   #6
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Unhappy ooo no

The link is not working anymore, do you still have by any chance this file ?

Thanks.

Stéphane
 
  


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