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I've seen some web-hosting company providing ASP with Linux account.

My questions are:
   1) Is there any ASP package available for Linux?
   2) If yes, how can I get a package?
   3) If not, how did others manage to support ASP under Linux?

Thanks.

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As of now, the concept is under consideration, but there are softwares for Solaris & other systems.
This link is something to look forward for
http://www.chilisoft.com/platforms/linux.htm
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http://www.builder.com/Servers/RexTech/052898/?st.cn.fd.ccol.bl

Read the document and it may help out!!
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