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how do I run asp on unix
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If you want to run actual ASP, you will want to check out Chili!Soft (www.chilisoft.com) for a commercial solution. If you want active content (ie. server-side processing), other scripting solutions are PHP4 (www.php.net) and NeoWebScript from NeoSoft /www.NeoSoft.com/neowebscript).
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Aloha! etdey
       My research reveals same answer.
I am looking into you other leads.
           Mahalo and Aloha

P.S. surfs up!
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