Provided by: mono-apache-server2_1.1.10-0ubuntu2_all bug

NAME

       mono-server2-admin - mono-server2 hosts file creator, hosts file is
       part of the debianized mod_mono package

SYNOPSIS

       mono-server2-admin.conf [action] [args]

       OPTIONS

         Actions:

           add        Use ’add’ if you want to create an application and want mono-server2 scripts to manage it
           del        If you want to remove an application

         Args:

           --path     The path where you have your aspx files, MUST EXISTS!, required only with add action
           --app      The name of your application
           --libs     If you have dlls outside your path, you must use this!
           --port     Needed if you are running multiple virtual hosts in different ports in Apache
           --vhost    If you want to add asp.net support to a virtualhost you must use this. Example: foobar.com

DESCRIPTION

        mono-server2-admin.conf is a perl tool to adminstrate your ASP.NET webapps that will be executed with
        mod_mono.

        When you try to add an application, admin.conf will verify that your path exists, if it is, it will
        add a directory inside /etc/xsp/conf.d with the name of your app, and also as a file with the
        filename format: 10_appname. This file will have the information (path, app).

        So, when mono-xsp-update.conf is executed it will read those dirs and create a debian.webapp in
        /etc/xsp that the xsp daemon will read, also with a mono-server2-hosts.conf that will have your
        directory settings with apache directives. Apache will read mono-server2-hosts.conf!

AUTHOR

        Pablo Fischer <pablo@pablo.com.mx>