[Mono-dev] Problem creating a parallel mono environment
dale.ragan at sinesignal.com
Fri Jun 4 00:47:51 EDT 2010
Did you do this step, which is right after the instruction on how to
create the environment bash script:
$ source ~/pathandwhateveryounamedthebashscript
It should change your prompt after running, to indicate you're in an
alternate environment. Based on the script, your prompt should start with
> I'm trying to setup mono 2.6.4 on Ubuntu 10.04, but I have little
> experience with linux, I'm following the instructions here -
> http://www.mono-project.com/Parallel_Mono_Environments .
> The reason for that is to try monodevelop 2.4 which won't compile
> against mono 2.4.4 that comes with ubuntu. I want to setup mono in a
> private directory on my home folder ( ~/parallel/mono ) here is how I
> configured the enviroment setup script :
> export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$MONO_PREFIX/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH
> export C_INCLUDE_PATH=$MONO_PREFIX/include:$GNOME_PREFIX/include
> export ACLOCAL_PATH=$MONO_PREFIX/share/aclocal
> export PATH=$MONO_PREFIX/bin:$PATH
> PS1="[parallelmono] \w @ "
> Everything goes fine until I try to install, until some error pops
> saying they can't write to directory usr/local/share/libgc(I execute
> make install without root permissions). Should'nt all the mono
> binaries be installed on my private directory? Maybe I still need to
> set another variable?
> All I want is to have complete control of a mono/monodevelop
> instalation that sits on my home. Can somebody give me a light on
> Thanks in advance.
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