A Step-By-Step Guide To Install Railo 3.3 + Resin On Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) Server
Hi! My name is Doug, you may remember me from such wacky articles as Installing Railo 3.1 On Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard), Installing Railo 3.1 On Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard), and Lion Server. The Little App That Should, But Doesn't.Ahhh, those were the days. I was young, happy and had so much free time. Sometimes I could sit for hours, my windows open (Real windows, not the MS variety), enjoying the cool sounds and smells of summer that would take me away to far away lands. Where the heck has the time gone!?!?
The last article I wrote, Lion Server. The Little App That Should, But Doesn't, was about my total and utter disappointment with the Mac OS X 10.7 Lion Server software. It was one of those moments in my life, when I become extremely disappointed with a company that I admire. I hadn't felt like that since 1996 when Norton Anti-Virus completely toasted a hard drive, causing me to lose 6 months worth of work. Almost a year-to-the-day that I wrote that article, I decided to give it another stab. I downloaded the update, which at the time of this writing was 10.7.4. Just like the previous version, it installed without a hitch. But something was different this time... something I... can't... put in... words... it worked!?!? It's actually working... without... crashing!!! Slow clap for you Apple, Inc. Yes, you deserve a pat on the back. Well, I mean it should have been working a year ago, but still, congrats!