.NET is a server-side runtime implementation of CLR, the virtual machine that manages the execution of .NET programs. While .NET Core shares a subset of .NET Framework APIs, it comes with its own API that is not part of .NET Framework.
We provide .NET Core 2.1 and apply security updates on a regular basis.
Connection to webserver¶
In order to make your .NET application accessable from the outside, you need to connect it to the webserver. This is done using a proxy
RewriteRule to forward requests to the application’s network port. For example, if your application is listening on port 61625 and you want it to be accessable at
https://<user>.uber.space/dotnet/, place an .htaccess file looking like this in your DocumentRoot:
RewriteEngine On RewriteRule ^dotnet/(.*) http://localhost:61625/$1 [P]
Apache 2.4 will add the DirectoryIndex (index.html) to all requests without a folder or file name. To avoid this, add
DirectoryIndex disabled to your .htaccess