So, in my infinite wisdom, and much to the dismay of my wife, I decided to replace my server with a new (used) one. A slightly more powerful machine that a friend of mine was going to put on FreeCycle (Thanks Patti!), I thought it was perfect to go ahead and make some changes to my dev environment. I want to begin using Subversion, plus I figured I would go ahead and switch to CF on top of Apache (since IIS Sucks!), not to mention setting up CF on the multiserver install. Hey, why not.
Stephen Collins has a fine document called the ACME guide (for the uninitiated) that thoroughly covers setting up a basic, free development environment: Apache, ColdFusion, MySQL, (CF)Eclipse. I thought this would be a good place to start, but didn't realize that Apache had upgraded their server before AcidLabs could update the ACME guide. Whoops! ColdFusion install completes but Apache won't restart!