Learn how to run asp.net on your Pi with Mono and OWIN in this tutorial from Jan Tielens:
In the light of the announcements we made last week during the Connect() event, on open-sourcing the .NET server stack, I got curious what it would like be to run .NET on Linux. At home I’m using a couple of Linux based devices, including a Raspberry Pi Model B. Using the open source Mono project, getting a typical Hello World .NET application running on the Raspberry Pi isn’t much of a challenge. So I figured out it would be cool if I could use the little Pi to run ASP.NET code, which opens up a whole range of possibilities (including using the Pi as an “internet-of-things gateway” to connect my family of Arduino’s securely to the cloud, more on that later).
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