[Mono-devel-list] mod_mono on Windows
daniel at rawbyte.com
Sat Jun 26 20:32:54 EDT 2004
One option until mod_mono is ported is to run XSP standalone and setup
Apache as a reverse proxy :
Say you are running XSP on port 8080 and that mono applications are in
ProxyPass /mono http://example.com:8080/mono
ProxyPassReverse /mono http://example.com:8080/mono
On Sat, Jun 26, 2004 at 07:24:47PM -0400, Daniel Morgan wrote:
> I would like to get the Apache web server to serve ASP.NET web pages.
> This would require mod_mono to work with Mono on Windows.
> What would be needed to accomplish this?
> I have some questions:
> Does mod_mono even build on Windows?
> Was I hearing that mod_mono or something needed named pipes support on
> If so, I would like to implement this part.
> How does the Apache web server serve ASP.NET web pages on Linux? I'm
> looking for details please.
> How does Mono, Mcs, mod_mono,
> and Apache interop? Via named pipes?
> Here is an article on named pipes that may help.
> Inter-Process Communication in .NET Using Named Pipes, Part 1
> By Ivan L
> "This article explores a way of implementing Named Pipes
> based Inter-Process Communication between .NET applications"
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