Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by olllllo, Oct 27, 2003.
Does anyone know where to find a copy?
for evaluation purposes only of course...
why would u want to use CF.... *shudder* it only causes problems when u wanna upgrade to something more professional.
I have written in CF for several years, although it isn't my primary web scripting language, as I strongly prefer PHP. I have a 2U Dell PowerEdge RedHat box that is colocated at a hosting company. I am going to run it on there for testing CF code for client work, not for any production work.
Ew - Coldfusion. *shudder*
It would appear as of July 2003, CF does not run on RH 9. Does Macromedia support Linux directly? If so, I'd say contact them and find out what the deal is.
Otherwise can you work on the clients web server? It something I'd recommend doing, but if you absolutely positively have it tested, there's no better place (ideally - setup a 2nd test web site on their web server - CF can do that, right?)
You are truly a fucking idiot. You have no clue about computers or operating systems, neither Linux, or Windows in general. Until you educate yourself instead of coming to C&P and continue to say how much better Windows is over Linux without posting any relevant information to back your argument up, I recommend you shut the fuck up.
Until you can elaborate on your differences between what is being debated, I strongly suggest you no longer post in C&P.
dude how about you kill yourself or kill yourself
in order to understand recursion, we must first understand recursion
evaluation copy : http://www.macromedia.com/cfusion/tdrc/index.cfm?product=coldfusion
That's not entirely true, neither it is false. There are good arguments either way. It's an opinion, not fact.