Gonzalo Paniagua Javier
06 Apr 2003 23:51:31 +0200
El dom, 06 de 04 de 2003 a las 13:26, email@example.com
> i've recently installed mono on freeBSD. Unfortunatly i can't get
> ASP.NET working. I followed the installation instructions on
> http://www.apacheworld.org/modmono/ (== INSTALL.txt). The first
> problem which occured was the make of the ModModule.dll which
> generates a syntax error. It seems that the instruction differs from
> the current sourcecode. It says
> The ModMono.cs file is located in the src/ directory
> This is the command to build ModMono.dll:
> make -f makedll.mak
> ... but there is no ModMono.cs file in any directory. The makedll
> file includes four other .cs files ... but generates an syntax error.
> Anyway, i compiled the dll maually and copied it to the mono/lib
It does not generate any syntax error. Just spews a few warnings about
missing internal calls. That's ok. 'make -f makedll.mak' should create
> Unfortunatly there is an equivalent problem with the XSP package,
> which i couldnt solve. Is it correct, that i need the XSP package to
> get ASP.NET running?
xsp contains a stand-alone experimental asp.net web server. You don't
need it if you're gonna use asp.net from mod_mono.
In xsp, you just have to run 'make install'.