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Using Apache binary {0} error messaging on setting up ColdFusion

I've been a University student in Web Design & Development for 3 years and my PC still does not manage to run MySQL along with PHP and neither does it run ColdFusion. The whole situation is a bit sad so I'm hoping to ditch PHP and MySQL because its nasty and get ColdFusion working.

I get this...

Using Apache binary {0}

on the "Add Web Server Configuration" which I'm assuming I need to do to get ColdFusion working?! Anyone know what I need to do to Apache to get this to work?
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Ryan Bayne
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Ryan BayneWordPress DeveloperAuthor Commented:
OK thats detailed, so just to confirm you do need Apachi installed aswel yes despite what my 1205 CF Bible states. Nothing about Apachi anyway!!! lol

Thanks
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Ryan BayneWordPress DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Do I also need to install IIS?
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_agx_Commented:
> just to confirm you do need Apachi installed aswel yes despite what my 1205 CF Bible states.

   Installed as well as .. what?  

> Do I also need to install IIS?

   To do what?

You don't _have to_ install either Apache or IIS to use the developer edition of CF.  It already comes with a built-in web server.  However, if you choose to, you can install Apache and use it instead of the built in web server.  The same goes for IIS.
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