[Mono-dev] ASP.NET 2.0 with apache

Joe Audette joe.audette at gmail.com
Sat Nov 18 21:54:07 EST 2006

Hi Miguel,

I certainly give my permission. Have a look at it and make sure you think
its good.
It probably needs a few adjustments, one thing I know is the path for
MonoServerPath in the article is outdated.
I'm happy to tweak it based on any suggestions. Its really not a
comprehensive mod_mono tutorial, its mainly how to setup multiple sites with
mod_mono using apache virtual hosts.
If you do decide to use it let me know if you need it in a different format
or what exactly I need to provide to make it easy to integrate with

Best Regards,


On 11/18/06, Miguel de Icaza <miguel at ximian.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> >
> >         Joe, after carefully following your tutorial I able to do it.
> >         It wasn't that hard. =)
> >
> >         What I have to say, though, is that we should have a kind of
> >         tutorial like yours in the mono-project website. In
> >         mono-project.com you can find information about installing
> >         mono, xsp and mod_mono, but I couldn't find a quickstart page
> >         describing the whole process, such as your tutorial. Since I
> >         couldn't find such a page in mono's website, I had to search
> >         for it, which took me many hours, mainly because the
> >         information available on the web is somewhat confusing and
> >         inconsistent. That's my personal opinion.
> >
> >
> > They actually link to my tutorial form here:
> > http://mono-project.com/FAQ:_ASP.NET
> > I  agree its not the easiest to find things on the mono project site,
> > the search works pretty good but I often wish there was a site map or
> > menu that listed all the pages in the site.
> Maybe this tutorial could be integrated into the Monkeyguide?
> >
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