[Mono-osx] Basic Install For ASP.NET 2.0 via Mono on OS X 10.5.6
curtis.wensley at gmail.com
Fri Mar 20 20:47:33 EDT 2009
I've been using mod_mono /w mod-mono-server2 packaged with the OS X .dmg
Alls I did was install mono using macports, downloaded the source for
mod_mono and compiled it (with default settings if I recall). I put the
compiled mod_mono.0.0.0.so binary into /opt/local/apache2/modules/, and
setup the apache2 config with this (along with all the other stuff that
comes default in mod_mono.conf):
LoadModule mono_module /opt/local/apache2/modules/mod_mono.so
This way I can use the installer for mono, which makes updates easy - as
mod_mono doesn't seem to change version to version..
If you're using intel, you can probably use the same one I compiled here
(unzip to /opt/local):
I know that there is also work being done (or is complete?) on a fastCGI
interface to mono, but have no idea how I'd configure that for apache, or
even if it's included in the os x installer. It would be nice if mod_mono
was compiled and included with the os x installer regardless.
> I have been running in circles for weeks trying to figure this out. Can
> someone please help me get setup with xsp, mod_mono on a default Apache2
> install that comes packaged with Leopard. I have installed the Mono
> Please help with:
> Build arguments
> Apache2 configuration
> Thanks you very much!
> P.S. - I have 2 Macs. A Mac Pro & Macbook Pro both Intel Core2Duo.
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