[Mono-dev] Mono on Ubuntu
damien.churchill at ukplc.net
Wed Oct 4 02:29:30 EDT 2006
It's easy enough to compile it from source and it works fine.
I've been doing that for a fair while now. Installs it to /usr/local (or
wherever you choose) and adds all the necessary progs/libs to the path.
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Subject: Re: [Mono-dev] Mono on Ubuntu
> Does anyone know how to get I get the latest version of Mono on
> I have it installed via Synaptic but it's showing version 126.96.36.199 and
> if I'm not mistaken the latest is 1.1.18...
latest development versione is 1.1.17
I'm using Ubuntu dapper too and I've to say that is worse than hell
about Mono support :(
If you try to use the binary release and install it under /opt/ for
example you have a lot of imcompatibility with other system libs
because you have to include /opt/mono in the path and this causes
problems to oher applications. I wasn't able to compile neither fspot
or beagle for example and other apps crashed.
My only solution (for the moment) will be use another PC with OpenSuse
10.1 so there will not be any problem (off course....with Suse....
It would be great if someone would keep the Mono repositories for
email: a.grandi at gmail.com
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