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ginzon

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Hi guys
I m new to x10hosting at the registration i read that ASP.Net is supported can anybody tell me where to upload my ASP pages inorder to get them running n how to access them...
Kindly let me know as i dont know anything about it... :dunno:

Thx in Advance
 

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You need to add a MIME Type in cPanel using the following information:

Mime Type: application/mono

Extension(s): .aspx .ascx .asax .ashx .config .cs .asmx .axd (and any other extensions you want ASP.NET to use)
 

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Thx a lot...but

I could not find MIME in my cpanel....
there was apache handler CGI center Site Software INdex manager etc but no MIME kindly help


Also i added what u had suggested in Apache Handlers n now its not getting deleted...
how can i reset my Apache Handlers....
 
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I could not find MIME in my cpanel....
there was apache handler CGI center Site Software INdex manager etc but no MIME kindly help


Also i added what u had suggested in Apache Handlers n now its not getting deleted...
how can i reset my Apache Handlers....

Hi guys! I have the same problem from above.... Everybody is talking about MIME in Cp,but i can't find it too,because there is no one...
Please give us some help.....please....:dunno:
If someone is willing I would give him my acc data to acess and see,maybe help me..Thanks
 

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Hello i will ask some senior staff member to respond to this thread.You should receive a reply shortly.
 

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You don't need to add anything on cPanel.
ASP.NET extensions are already configured on Apache, and you don't need to add them again.
Your ASP.NET pages can be anywhere on your public_html, just make sure they have the correct extension (Ex: .aspx).

Regards,
 

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I have add some aplications/mono,bla,bla to apache extension...now,Can it cause any error on scripts,or something?:eek4:
 

ginzon

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But i cant run .asp files...:nuts:

N what about deleting Apache Handler ".apsx" extension how to delete that???
its not getting deleted...
 

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But i cant run .asp files...:nuts:

N what about deleting Apache Handler ".apsx" extension how to delete that???
its not getting deleted...
ASP you can't run.....only ASP.NET.. That is not the same....
ASP have .asp extension ad ASP.NET have .aspx..
Don't have to delete,but you can from FTP manager,delete .htaccess in /public_html/
 

ginzon

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thx a lot nightrain, didn't know what is .htaccess for....:biggrin:


Hey i deleted n could not load cpanel, thx goodness i had a backup of it....
 
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um just a thing ASP.NET only works on windows servers as far a i knew unless windows bought out asp.net for unix and lunix
just tell me if im wrong
 

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um just a thing ASP.NET only works on windows servers as far a i knew unless windows bought out asp.net for unix and lunix
just tell me if im wrong

You're half wrong; Microsoft didn't put the .net platform on linux, however a group of freelancers have created the MONO project, which also includes mod_mono, an addon for apache that adds in some .net application support.

So while it's not official, it -does- work to some extent :)
 
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