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Apache ASP module ?

Apache ASP module ?

Apache ASP module ?

Is there an Active Server Pages module available for Linux i386 yet? I'm aware of the project at http://www.activescripting.org/ but as yet I've found no module for this task yet.

RE: Apache ASP module ?

How do I run Linux/Apache and Windows95/PWS on a same box.

RE: Apache ASP module ?

If you really need to get on the bleeding edge, it looks like they have a cvs up (and most likely a mailing list, then). You may want to try that, but there's no guarantees it'll work. :)

RE: Apache ASP module ?

Chili!Asp is what you need. Chili!ASP simulates asp on unix. Try chilisoft.com or www.15seconds.com for more info.

RE: Apache ASP module ?

Maybe a better one is Instant ASP(or I-ASP) by Halcyon Software. Check them out at the following URL:http://www.halcyonsoft.com/asp/overview.html
An alternative is to go with PHP see at:http://phplib.shonline.de/index.php3
Good luck...

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