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Running ASP pages on Apache

Posted on 2012-03-20
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Hi all
I am moving away from windows and setting up with linux i have a ubunto desktop, latest download and have set up LAMP on it, the only issue is that i have many sites i host with ASP is there a way to get asp working on this server

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by:Dave Baldwin
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No.  ASP requires IIS and Windows.
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ok but whats is i have been looking around

www.apache-asp.org

just cant find how to install
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Note that it says "Perl scripting only".  Are your pages written in Perl?  There used to be ASP packages for Linux but they are long gone.  As they say, Microsoft no longer actively supports Classic ASP.  Mono project is for ASP.NET.
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