ASP .NET on FreeBSD?

Tom McLaughlin tmclaugh at
Wed Feb 2 21:32:28 PST 2005

On Thu, 2005-02-03 at 23:15 -0600, SigmaX wrote:
> Tom McLaughlin wrote:
> >On Tue, 2005-02-01 at 12:21 -0500, Lowell Gilbert wrote:
> >  
> >
> >>SigmaX <scottclansman at> writes:
> >>
> >>    
> >>
> 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.
>        Cheerio,
>            SigmaX

Personally I would recommend using XSP on Linux (gasp) for the time
being if it's for customers.  XSP is fairly new and has it's own
non-FreeBSD issues from what I understand.  I would personally stick to
Mono's main targeted platform for now if it's something that "just has
to work".  

As for being new to the programming world...  Well, same  here too. :)
I wanted to learn something more robust than Bourne script and figured
Mono would keep me on my toes and give me some way to apply whatever I



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