i now that there is go-mono to enable .net framework on Linux and i installed it well.
but i cant run asp.net and can't match it with APACHE. i have apache 1.3 and want to match go-mono with it (use mod_haydro)
.net really windows is your only option to me. .net is built for windows like PHP is built for linux. Only thing close i have seen on linux is chilisoft but still better to get windows server for .net apps.
i found some other new infos,
text: Modules developed for Apache 2 are not compatible with Apache 1.3 Daniel plans to support Apache 1.3 in the future but the current focus is on Apache 2.
It sucks when a site doesn't keep up with their documentation and faqs.
But I found this on their 'old news' page:
Aug 5th, 2003: New Apache Module architecture: 1.3 and 2.x supported
Gonzalo rearchitected our Apache module for hosting Mono and ASP.NET. The previous incarnation hosted a Mono runtime on each Apache process, which lead to a slow setup for webforms. The new setup uses a shared mono process for all the incoming requests. Daniel later improved up the new architecture and added dual support, so now in addition to Apache 2.x, we support Apache 1.3 with the same codebase.
The new code is available on CVS, on module `mod_mono', and now requires an XSP installation to be available.