Serving up ASP.NET from Apache with Mod_Mono


The first place to look if you're having problems is the Apache error logfile (/var/log/apache2/error_log). Also check that your file permissions are set correctly; in particular, make sure the user that Apache is running as has permissions to access the Mono application directory or directories. If you get a "Service Temporarily Unavailable" error, try changing the MonoServerPath directive to point to /usr/bin/mod-mono-server (the /usr/lib/mono/ location seems to work in some setups but not all).

The Author

Juliet Kemp has been playing around with Linux ever since she found out that it was more fun than Finals revision and has been a sysadmin for around five years. She is a fan of projects like Mod_Mono that increase interoperability.

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