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Learning Lab






ColdFusion MX on Mac OS X, Part 3
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Here are the next steps you'll need to do:



  1. In the Finder, navigate to the folder that contains the downloaded CFMX Trial version install file. This folder is:

  2. Home ==> Public ==> Drop Box ==>
      cfmx_trial_linux_en

    Rename the download file to cfmxdnld.bin so it will be handled properly by DOS.

  3. Start VirtualPC (VPC) and select Window ---> Virtual Disk Assistant from the menu bar.

  4. The Virtual Disk Assistant window opens and the Select Operation page appears. Click on "Create empty floppy" or "Create hard disk image," then click on the right arrow.

  5. The New Disk Type page appears. Click on "Create hard disk image," then click on the right arrow.

  6. The New Hard Disk Location page appears. Click on the Select Drive Location... button.

  7. A Finder window appears. Enter VPC Dropbox as the "Save As" name. Browse to the desired location, for example, Documents, and click on the Select button.

  8. The New Hard Disk Location page is updated to show the drive name and location. Click on the right arrow.

  9. The New Disk Operating System page appears. Click on DOS, then click on the right arrow.

  10. The Hard Drive Capacity page appears. Use the following:

    • Advanced Options: Checked
    • Dynamically expanding drive image: Selected
    • Capacity: 500MB

    Then click on the Create Drive button.

  11. The New Hard Drive Complete page appears. Click on the Done button.

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