>Supposedly this product will work natively on FreeBSD.
>http://www.halcyonsoft.com/products.asp?s=1

will check it out

>I belive Chili!Soft ASP has been bought out by Sun and renamed Sun ONE, so
>you may want to look into that product. It runs on Linux so it might work
>with FreeBSD.

Previous attempts to look at chilisoft put me at the same conclusion, and at
$500 per license, and not listing FreeBSD as a supported OS, pretty hefty for
something that may or may not work for our chosen OS.  that being said, if it
works and is stable, $500 would be worth it on a select machine or two.

thanks for the link.

Dave

>> This may be better posted to the Apache list, but that has been filling up
>with
>> windows implementations as of late...
>>
>> Have recently been inundated with requests for ASP on our FreeBSD/Apache
>servers
>> (probably because the Win2K solutions are incredibly
>unreliable/vulnerability
>> prone).
>>
>> What is the latest and most stable solution to providing ASP functionality
>on
>> FreeBSD 4.x stable with Apache 1.3x  (currently we are running with SSL,
>PHP,
>> etc... in case there are any conflicts that we need to be aware of). I see
>the
>> perl port in the ports, anyone with experience with that?
>>
>> thanks
>>
>> Dave
>>
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