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Old 21st March 2006, 20:52
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Default Can't install Coldfusion on Ubuntu

Hi everybody,

I tried to follow the howto guide on install Coldfusion on Debian, but when I try to do it on Ubuntu, it didn't work. I tried looking at the error log (attached) but not sure how to fix them. Any help would be appreciated!

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Expand Archive:           /tmp/8319.tmp/ant_bin_dir.zip
                          Status: ERROR
                          Additional Notes: ERROR - Problems occured with the expander of Z_/installers/CustomCode/includes/ant_bin_dir.zip's type.It said: error in opening zip file

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Old 21st March 2006, 20:53
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forgot to attach the log file
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File Type: txt Macromedia_ColdFusion_MX_7_InstallLog.log.txt (15.8 KB, 1265 views)
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Why does it say

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Pre-Installation Check: The installer was unable to determine if the C++ compatibility pack is installed by running the following command: rpm --query compat-libstdc++
when you're on a system that doesn't use rpm?
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I'm guessing because the bin file was make for RedHat and Macromedia (Adobe) doesn't officially support Debian distro, but the guide also mentions that that error isn't important for base installation.
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Is zip installed? What's the output of
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which zip
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Is zip installed? What's the output of
Code:
which zip
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Yup, both zip and unzip are available, output of the command above is:
Code:
/usr/bin/zip
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