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  ColdFusion MX on Mac OS X, Part 3
Subject:   root accessed...trouble launching script
Date:   2002-10-01 10:21:18
From:   edgedesign
Response to: trouble with Terminal(?)...continued

After some research via AppleCare help in Sherlock, I found that root access had not been enabled nor assigned any password (it's disabled by default). I used the NetInfo Manager to enable root access/password and then expanded the 'cfmxinst.bin' file from the root as outlined.


However, I'm still stuck getting the 'coldfusionosx' script to launch. I pasted the code into BBEdit then saved with Unix line feeds into the 'bin' directory. I keep getting a file not found error:


[Macintosh:/] cfmx% chmod 755 /opt/coldfusionmx/bin/coldfusionosx
chmod: /opt/coldfusionmx/bin/coldfusionosx: No such file or directory


I've triple-checked the directory path, pasted code, file name, etc. Could it have to do with some other file setting? File Creator or Save State?


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    2002-10-02 03:02:55  dicklacara [View]

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      2002-10-02 05:21:56  edgedesign [View]

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        2002-10-02 09:16:13  dicklacara [View]

        • root accessed...trouble launching script
          2002-10-02 11:01:18  edgedesign [View]

          • root accessed...trouble launching script
            2002-10-02 13:14:08  dicklacara [View]

            • root accessed...trouble launching script
              2002-10-03 04:15:22  edgedesign [View]

              • root accessed...trouble launching script
                2002-10-03 04:30:55  dicklacara [View]

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