[Mono-list] Mono in the mainstream
Edward Ned Harvey (mono)
edward.harvey.mono at clevertrove.com
Tue Mar 24 10:00:50 UTC 2015
> From: mono-list-bounces at lists.ximian.com [mailto:mono-list-
> bounces at lists.ximian.com] On Behalf Of Tony Gravagno
> run over CentOS or Ubuntu, Apache or Nginx. They're used to mod_perl and
> mod_php, but not mod_mono, and they may support FastCGI. But they
Right now, asp.net doesn't work out of the box on debian/redhat based distros that I'm aware of. But hopefully this will be improving soon, because in fact it *does* work when you build from source, which is straightforward and easy.
I have also found, that there's almost no compatibility between MS asp.ent, and Mono asp.net. Meaning - if you create an asp.net project in VS, or in XS/MD, and then try to run it on the other platform - there is almost no template that works on both, and the templates bear almost no semblance to each other.
For the time being, if you want to host asp.net, I would suggest: This is something MS does extremely well on Azure. You just go into VS, click New ASP.Net project, and then Publish using your Azure username & password. Nothing could possibly be simpler or more powerful... This is assuming you have VS and Windows laying around to do development on...
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