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Is it possible to install IIS on Linux?

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There is mod_mono for apache to run ASP.NET. – Khaled Feb 4 '13 at 7:38
See here:… and use nginx instead of Apache, unless you like port 8082 - FYI. – Quandary Jun 17 '14 at 14:07
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There is no way to get IIS running on Linux.

Anyway Linux won't be that awesome if there wasnt a way to get things done!
Have a look at this Project (Mono-Project)

This might be a good alternative to the IIS.
It is a interpreter and not a webserver per se.

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