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The setup requires {{Pkg|mono}} and {{Pkg|mod_mono}} for Apache compliance. Package {{Pkg|xsp}} is a simple webserver for ASP.NET, optionally installed for testing the configuration.
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==Configuring==
 
==Configuring==

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Describes how to show ASP.NET-sites under Apache by using Mod_Mono.

From Mod_Mono's site:

"Mod_Mono is an Apache 2.0/2.2 module that provides ASP.NET support for the web's favorite server, Apache (http://httpd.apache.org/)."

Installing

The setup requires mono and mod_mono for Apache compliance. Package xsp is a simple webserver for ASP.NET, optionally installed for testing the configuration.

Configuring

Edit /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf and add the following line:

 Include /etc/httpd/conf/mod_mono.conf

Finally, restart apache with:

 systemctl restart httpd.service

Now, Apache should be able to show ASP.NET-pages.

AutoHosting

Further details: http://www.mono-project.com/AutoHosting

With this setting, configuring apache for each deployment is no longer needed; just place the application in any directory within html-root and it will be promptly auto-configured. Add the following lines to /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf to enable the option:

 # Choose ASP2.0 support instead of the default 1.0
 MonoServerPath "/usr/bin/mod-mono-server2"
 MonoAutoApplication enabled

Testing

If xsp is installed and html-path is /httpd/html, then open a browser and access http://server/xsp/ to see an overview over the ASP.NET-testfiles.