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From "Pelton, James" <Jam...@ascp.org>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Apache 2.0.39 and Cold Fusion MX
Date Thu, 05 Sep 2002 16:46:31 GMT
Indeed, you need to update MX.

You need to download MPSB02-05

http://www.macromedia.com/v1/handlers/index.cfm?ID=23161

and MPSB02-07

http://www.macromedia.com/v1/handlers/index.cfm?ID=23162

MPSB02-07 is designed to handle the problem. Install it first. However,
you'll find that the Windows version of the installer lacks the wsconfig.jar
file that the documentation refers to. That file can be extracted from
MPSB02-05 and installed as per MPSB02-07's notes.

Having done this, it'll run fine; it's what I use, too.

james pelton
JamesP@ASCP.org



-----Original Message-----
From: Dwayne Miller [mailto:dmiller@espgroup.net]

Go to MacroMedia's web site and search for an updated MX module for 
Apache 2.0.39 or 2.0.40.  I'm pretty sure they published one to work 
with 2.0.39.  Not sure if they've updated to 2.0.40 yet.

Don Hayes wrote:

>I was running Apache 2.0.36 and Cold Fusion MS on my W2k SP3 box just
>fine. After moving to .40 the Apache services refuses to start. I tried
>going back to .39 with the same results. It only works when I go back to
>.36. It returns an error of "The Apache2 service terminated with
>service-specific error 1" when I try to start it, even manually with all
>Cold Fusion services not running. Any ideas?
>
>Don Hayes
>Database Administrator
>Tualatin Hills Parks & Recreation District

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