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Any way to run asp on a linux installation

Posted on 2007-11-14
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Hi,

Probably a long shot, but is there anyway to serve up an ASP page on a linux system? I just have some licensing library that generates codes via ASP but I really don't want to get a windows PC to serve them up.

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