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    Linux Dedicated Deluxe Hosting and net core 2.1

    How do i host a net core 2.1 web app in a Linux dedicated deluxe hosting, according to this post: https://au.godaddy.com/community/Plesk-Hosting/ASP-NET-Core-2-in-Deluxe-Windows-Hosting-with-Plesk/m...

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    Super User III
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    Re: Linux Dedicated Deluxe Hosting and net core 2.1

    @Nelmar 

     

    To the best of my knowledge .net core is Microsoft / Windows based and cannot be run on the Linux server - You would need a Windows VPS / Dedicated server in order to do that



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    Re: Linux Dedicated Deluxe Hosting and net core 2.1

    @Nelmar 

     

    It was just brought to my attention that you CAN do .net Core on Linux - it does require Cent OS 7

    This may require you to go to the Gen4 Servers from GoDaddy

     

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/aspnet/core/host-and-deploy/linux-apache?view=aspnetcore-2.2



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