Re: ASP pages on a linux server

From: Jim Roland (jim@roland.net)
Date: Wed Jan 12 2000 - 22:57:36 EST


Have you looked at the CPAN or Apache websites (www.cpan.org and
www.apache.org). The Apache site mentions it, and if I remember correctly, you
have to recompile in mod_perl (look there on the Apache site), then go to CPAN
and get the appropriate modules for the database and session features you're
needing.

JR

"Black, Richard" wrote:

> I was unable to look up: http://www.php2.org/ <http://www.php2.org/>
> try using: http://www.php.net <http://www.php.net>
>
> I will look further, I can't seem to find any info that is saying ASP. They
> just talk about the dynamic changing ...
>
> PHP Version 3.0 is an HTML-embedded scripting language. Much
> of its syntax is borrowed from C, Java and Perl with a couple of unique
> PHP-specific features thrown in. The goal of the language is to allow web
> developers to write dynamically generated pages quickly.
> (http://www.php.net/FAQ.php3 <http://www.php.net/FAQ.php3> )
>
> Here's a news article though linked from the same site (looks like this is
> what I've been looking for) ...
>
> PHP: a silent killer
> December 22, 1999
>
> by Jim White
> http://www.osopinion.com/Opinions/JimWhite/JimWhite5.html
>
> PHP is now running over a million web sites and with good
> reason. PHP is open ource, it runs equally well on NT and UNIX, it's well
> documented. PHP is no doubt stealing market share from Microsoft's Active
> Server Pages, but the media has been unusually quiet about the issue. Even
> as Apache's success has become front page news, PHP has gone largely
> unnoticed. Maybe Microsoft wants to keep it that way.
> (http://www.php.net/news.php3 <http://www.php.net/news.php3> )
>
> Thanks for the link. I need to start working with ASP, and, of course, I
> want to do it on a real operating system (Linux).
>
> Thanks again,
>
> Richard Black
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