[Mono-dev] Building Mono 1.2.3 from Source
jonpryor at vt.edu
Thu Mar 22 06:39:46 EDT 2007
On Wed, 2007-03-21 at 10:44 -0400, Brown, Robert wrote:
> I have a really dumb question… I'm running Debian and have installed
> mono 1.2.1 from Apt along with xsp and mod-mono. However, I want to
> use the new features so I ended up building mono 1.2.3 from source and
> setting the install directory to /opt/mono-188.8.131.52; that went well.
> Now I'm trying to build XSP but when I run ./configure it says
> "checking for mono… /usr/bin/mono". What do I need to do to tell it
> to use the newer version of mono lacerated at /opt/mono-184.108.40.206?
You need to export the following variables so that `configure' finds
your /opt/mono-220.127.116.11 install instead of your OS-provided install:
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