[MonoDevelop] What is needed to run XSP as a standalone server?

Donny V. donnyv at gmail.com
Wed Apr 17 18:24:19 UTC 2013

I put this answer together on stackoverflow. It should help.

On Wed, Apr 17, 2013 at 2:13 PM, John English <john.foreign at gmail.com>wrote:

> I'm trying to setup a minimal copy of XSP for students to use in an
> ASP.NET intro course. The idea is to give them something they can put on
> a memory stick, use in labs and take home to work on which is agnostic
> about OS or compiler (most use Windows but not all). I did a similar thing
> previously for JSP with a zipped copy of Jetty, which worked splendidly.
> I have Mono 2.10.9 installed on Windows, and can successfully run XSP
> directly from the installation. However, the executable (xsp2.exe) is in
> lib\mono\2.0\winhack, and the server environment is in lib\xsp\test. I want
> to create a directory containing a minimal set of files (xsp2.exe,
> xsp.exe.config, Mono.WebServer2.dll, and whatever else is needed) which I
> can zip up and give to the students for them to add their own .aspx files
> to. I tried copying xsp2.exe to lib\xsp\test as a starting point and
> running it there. However, all I got was a "File Not Found" exception for
> Mono.WebServer2.
> I copied Mono.WebServer2.dll across, and then got the same for
> Mono.Security. When I copied Mono.Security.dll, the error refers to
> Mono.WebServer2 "or one of its dependencies" (without telling me which one).
> Can anyone tell me what I need as a minimal setup please?
> TIA,
> --
> John English
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