ColdFusion / BlueDragon

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#1 Sun, 09/25/2005 - 18:22

ColdFusion / BlueDragon

I don't see a way to comment on existing bug entries, so I am posing a followup here to bug #35. If ColdFusion is too difficult to support because of their limited OS requirements, then you may want to take a look at BlueDragon:

My understanding is that this product can be used as a replacement for ColdFusion, and they even offer a free version of it. They have strong support for multiple Red Hat Linux versions (including Fedora and probably CentOS), and they have a J2EE version that should run on most other OSes:


Sun, 09/25/2005 - 23:49
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Hey Alan,

Thanks for the heads up on this. I was not aware of it.

Yes, commenting on bugs isn't working...there's a bug about it. ;-)

We definitely will be adding some kind of support for ColdFusion, and we'll have a look at BlueDragon. Sounds like it might be a good alternative for folks not using the couple of systems supported by ColdFusion.


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Mon, 12/22/2008 - 01:15 (Reply to #2)

Well, a little over 3 years on i just wondered if you'd thought any more about support for a CFML engine.

bluedragon is now Open BlueDragon ( and it would seem like a great fit with virtualmin.

Tue, 07/21/2009 - 08:31 (Reply to #3)

Now that Coldfusion 9 has been released in beta could this be again looked at for inclusion within Virtualmin Pro as an option?

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