[Mono-list] Portal code / CMS recs for ASP.NET (DotNetNuke/Rainbow/mojoPortal)
rjlopes at gmail.com
Mon May 4 18:09:44 EDT 2009
I think i read sometime ago that cuyahoga runs without problems on Mono,
don't know about the others, but should work on Mono 2.4
I also think that MojoPortal is included on the Mono LiveCD so it should
2009/5/1 fireworks <pwbyrne at gmail.com>
> I've got the same question this fella had 4 years ago. Any new opinions on
> this? I'm looking for the same thing.
> John Kleven wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Hoping to get some info on what the recommended
> > CMS/portal application framework is for ASP.NET
> > running on apache/mono/linux. Are there any
> > suggestions for what is best, what others are using,
> > blah blah blah? Here's what i know about the 3 I
> > listed in the subject (DotNetNuke(DNN), Rainbow,
> > mojoPortal). Maybe i'm missing other frameworks too
> > -- fill me in if so.
> > DNN
> > Has anybody even gotten DotNetNuke (DNN) running on
> > Linux/mono yet? Last i read you couldn't compile it
> > on Linux because the VB.NET compiler was still not
> > complete enough to do it. Maybe somebody has compiled
> > it on windows and then ran it on Linux? This portal
> > seems to be the most active, tested, so on and so
> > forth. However its VB which (for me only) makes it a
> > bit less desirable than a C# app.
> > Rainbow
> > Looks good. Anybody using it with Mono? More
> > importantly, anybody using it for a commercial venture
> > on mono?? Actually, for me, it looks like a clear cut
> > winner because its C# also.
> > mojoPortal
> > More like a hobby but i guess thats how many OSS
> > projects start.
> > Anyways, feedback (good, bad, ugly) appreciated.
> > Thanks all -
> > John
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