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


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


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



           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


           --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 support to a virtualhost you must use this. Example:


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

        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!


        Pablo Fischer <>