[COLOR=red]Hey all, i just got a server, "not new" anyway, it's 300 GB drive (x4) and dual PIII, and that's all i know of it, so far..lol but the prob is, i need my server to have these installed, on it:) [/COLOR] [COLOR=blue]ASP.NET [/COLOR] [COLOR=blue]NET Framework 1.1 [/COLOR] [COLOR=blue]ASP, PHP, Perl, compiled CGI and SSI[/COLOR] [COLOR=red]So, is there any site's were to get all of that? [/COLOR] any link's would be great!:smokin: :cool: x-M-x:cool:
Shizzle my nizzle
28th July 2004
You have to buy ASP.NET I think, since it's a Microsoft product. And, well, nothing they do is free. There might be an open-source ASP thing though on SourceForge.
For PHP, Perl, SSI, Python, MySQL, PgSQL and FTP and all that, Apache2Triad does the trick. Only works on Windows operating systems though. If you run Linux (recommended for servers), you'll have to compile them yourself on it (if this is the case I'll give you links to downloads).
You should be able to get .NET Framework 1.1 from Windows Update.
[COLOR=red]Well, the server is window's, and thx for that site, it's very helpfull:) [/COLOR] x-M-x
...burning angel wings to dust
14th February 2004
ASP.NET is at least partially implemented in Mono IIRC. You're on your own to figure out how, though. If you go the M$ route, I don't believe that there is an "ASP.NET" application proper. Rather, it seems to me to be integrated into the various pieces of .NET, as told here:
ASP.NET is a compiled, .NET-based environment; you can author applications in any .NET compatible language, including Visual Basic .NET, C#, and JScript .NET. Additionally, the entire .NET Framework is available to any ASP.NET application. Developers can easily access the benefits of these technologies, which include the managed common language runtime environment, type safety, inheritance, and so on.
Thus, you'd want VB.NET, C#.NET or whatever else for ASP.NET, if you go by M$ products. Additionally, the ASP.NET homepage seems to have a free development tool specifically for ASP.NET, but I have no idea what you'd use to develop the rest of the code.
Reven covered everything else :)
[COLOR=red]W00t, thx for all of that info [/COLOR][COLOR=blue]C38368 [COLOR=red]was very helpfull, oh and thx for the "ASP.NET homepage":) [/COLOR][/COLOR] x-M-x