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Topic # 132315 17-Oct-2013 07:47
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This is a two part question, first, and potential show stopper, can .NET solutions be built on Linux deployment? If not native, perhaps I would use a Win Remote Build server?

Assuming I can work around the above, what is the best practice deployment for using standard SSL port? In windows I just change the defaul configuration to 443, but in Linux it would have to run as root, so I'm guessing a thin HTTPD solution or squid (which I believe is an extension of Apache HTTPD)?

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  Reply # 916432 17-Oct-2013 07:55
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http://www.mono-project.com/

Mono is a software platform designed to allow developers to easily create cross platform applications. Sponsored by Xamarin, Mono is an open source implementation of Microsoft's .NET Framework based on the ECMA standards for C# and the Common Language Runtime. A growing family of solutions and an active and enthusiastic contributing community is helping position Mono to become the leading choice for development of Linux applications.



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  Reply # 916574 17-Oct-2013 13:24
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Excellent. Is mono CLI recognised by Bamboo?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 916575 17-Oct-2013 13:25
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Also, does mono recognise VS 2013 solution files?

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  Reply # 917144 18-Oct-2013 17:42
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Atlassian can probably answer these questions better than us, have asked them? They have pretty good support.



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  Reply # 919227 21-Oct-2013 14:54
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Hadn't considered that. Community and Forums didn't have posts from production style deployments and hence I turned to Geekzone. The first part of the question would be how to I expose it, via reverse proxy (Squid), elevate the application to root or something else?



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  Reply # 919685 22-Oct-2013 13:47
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Atlassian returned a response very quickly which is encouraging but they were careful to demarcate their product from access mechanisms. They provided links describing a variety or mechanisms but did not provide any recommendations. I shall go ahead with Squid as I've used it before and see how I go.



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  Reply # 919688 22-Oct-2013 13:49
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On the Bamboo front, I'll install that on Windows as my 10 user license does not provide a remote agent and I'm not keen on going down the .NET linux experiment when I have run Bamboo on Windows before and have experience with VS Shells needed for build servers.

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