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Running RedHat 5.0 are you able to run a web-server that is capable of displaying .asp pages at all?
I am runninf linux and would like to know if I can show these .asp files instead of using .html files at all??

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No, Active Server Pages are only running on Microsoft Internet Information Server 3.x (and later versions), or Microsoft Personal Web Server.

You can use Apache on Redhat 5.0, but not IIS

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Thanks, oh well, that will have to do then...

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