Setting up ColdFusion 10 on an Ubuntu Server, and as per usual, the installation option to start up ColdFusion when the server starts does not work on Linux.
So I wondered how hard it would be to set this up using Upstart, and it was surprisingly easy with a few bit of trial and error.
This is what I would eventually came up with:
Unfortunately, I would like this to respawn if it somehow dies, and it doesn't look like this style of setting up will work for that.
Anyone else tried this? What did you come up with?
In case anyone would like access to them, here are my slide decks for the two presentations that I gave at cf.Objective() this year.
The first one is Getting closure on Closures - this can be run directly from ColdFusion 10, as a html slide deck which includes the running code.
The second one, A/B Testing with Squabble can also be found online. I made this pubic because Sean Corfield asked me to, but in all honesty, if you weren't at the presentation, it probably won't make much sense to you. Pictures of Storm Troopers in front of computer screens are not particularly descriptive.
Overall cf.Objective() was a great confidence, yet again, much kudos to those that organised the event!