ASP .NET on FreeBSD?
scottclansman at cwazy.co.uk
Wed Feb 2 21:20:17 PST 2005
Tom McLaughlin wrote:
>On Tue, 2005-02-01 at 12:21 -0500, Lowell Gilbert wrote:
>>SigmaX <scottclansman at cwazy.co.uk> writes:
>>>I'm fairly new to FreeBSD (Former Linux user), and I have a FreeBSD
>>>5.3 server. Pretty soon I'm going to need ASP .NET on the server, but
>>>understand that XSP/mod_mono have some major issues with FreeBSD that
>>>need to be worked out. Are there any alternatives I can use in place
>>>of/while I'm waiting for the BSD# project to get XSP functional?
>>I don't know anything about this subject, but a quick
>>"cd /usr/ports;make search name=xsp" indicates that
>>it's ported to FreeBSD.
>He means Mono's XSP webserver for ASP .NET which is different than the
>ports found in the www category. I have a port for XSP but a page
>request causes Mono to crash so it's not very usable right now.
yeah... That's the only BSD port of XSP or the like I've heard of. I
wish I had the knowledge to help out with the debugging process, but I'm
fairly new to the programming world myself, and am just hanging on to
FreeBSD until it's mature. If the process takes to long I suppose I'll
have to set up a Linux server to run it and keep my clients happy :-D.
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