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Can we run ASP.NET on Apache server?

Hi all, Presently I have Windows XP Home edition and there's no IIS in
it...Should I install XP Professional to get the IIS or is it fine if I
proceed with Apache..?? Will .NET run on Apache server..?? If Yes,
please tell me the steps..
Thanks.

May 23 '06 #1
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Kalyan,

You cannot install ISS on Windows XH home edition therefore you need
professional.

About the Apache Server is in my idea a question which you would have to ask
the seller of the Apache Server.

Maybe they made that yesterday possible.

A Microsoft newsgroup is in my opinion not the first place than to ask.

I hope this helps sofar.

Cor

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Hi all, Presently I have Windows XP Home edition and there's no IIS in
it...Should I install XP Professional to get the IIS or is it fine if I
proceed with Apache..?? Will .NET run on Apache server..?? If Yes,
please tell me the steps..
Thanks.

May 23 '06 #2
<ka************@gmail.com> schrieb:
Hi all, Presently I have Windows XP Home edition and there's no IIS in
it...Should I install XP Professional to get the IIS or is it fine if I
proceed with Apache..?? Will .NET run on Apache server..?? If Yes,
please tell me the steps..


For *testing and developing* purposes, simply install VS 2005 which will
contain a small HTTP webserver which can be used to test and debug
applications. In VS.NET 2003 the Cassini webserver can be used instead.

--
M S Herfried K. Wagner
M V P <URL:http://dotnet.mvps.org/>
V B <URL:http://classicvb.org/petition/>

May 23 '06 #3
ThankYou Cor.

May 23 '06 #4
ThankYou Herfried.

May 23 '06 #5
Apache cannot directly run .NET. There is an open source implementation
of the .NET specification call Mono (www.mono-project.com) It has it's
own small web server, and ties to Apache through a module. It's been my
experience that Mono's development is behind the current .NET release
(.Net 2.0 is currently being worked on in Mono.) It can be tricky to
setup as well. However, if you don't have any other options, it's free
and works pretty well.

May 23 '06 #6
i would reccomend getting xp pro i mean duh??

May 23 '06 #7

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