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  1. #1
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    * Installation of Chilli Soft ASP 3.62

    Hi guys

    Has anybody installed chillisoft asp 3.62 on a REDHAT linux 7.2 machine running the latest version of PLESK.

    Thank you.

  2. #2
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    Hehe, Wrong forum.
    I think it'd work as I know a web host that runs Chilli!Soft ASP on Plesk 2.5/Red Hat 7.2
    This forum officially ****ing sucks

  3. #3
    Oh... It's people like you that keep encouraging users to try and program ASP on an xNix box. ChiliSoft is unstable, slow and a hog. 30% of all ASP will not run, and a further 20% will not run PROPERLY.

    Why provide a service which your users think is great untilt hey really start to use it. ASP on xNix is not a valid option.
    ::: Jeremy C. Wright :::
    http://www.ensight.org

  4. #4
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    Originally posted by Jeremy W.
    Oh... It's people like you that keep encouraging users to try and program ASP on an xNix box. ChiliSoft is unstable, slow and a hog. 30% of all ASP will not run, and a further 20% will not run PROPERLY.

    Why provide a service which your users think is great untilt hey really start to use it. ASP on xNix is not a valid option.
    thats not true
    chilli!soft asp is EXCELLENT

  5. #5
    Shall I email you some scripts to test? Shall I crash your server in under 12 seconds?

    I'm telling you, as a professional ASP developer, that ChiliSoft and iASP are the two worst things to ever happen to ASP.
    ::: Jeremy C. Wright :::
    http://www.ensight.org

  6. #6
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    Originally posted by Jeremy W.
    Shall I email you some scripts to test? Shall I crash your server in under 12 seconds?

    I'm telling you, as a professional ASP developer, that ChiliSoft and iASP are the two worst things to ever happen to ASP.
    so apache::asp is better

  7. #7
    ASP and xNix do not mix.
    ::: Jeremy C. Wright :::
    http://www.ensight.org

  8. #8
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    Chilisoft is not the solution to a heavily dependent ASP site that uses the full range of ASP/ODBC/VBS to achieve some higher level of functionality, but it seems to work nicely for the average site that uses DreamWeaver and ASP to achieve form processing, menus, etc... Or at least it seems to do well in that respect.

    John C.

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