[MonoDevelop] Newbiee - Installing and running
Tue, 14 Dec 2004 11:02:25 -0500
additionally, since you are using rpm's, it easy to find where mono is
installed like so:
(my_host> is your bash prompt)
my_host> rpm -ql mono | grep 'mono'
'rpm -ql <package>' just prints our all the files installed by an rpm.
There are sexy gui's to do the same,
but this is the cmdline way...
the output is piped to 'grep' which filters all but any lines that
Alexandre Gomes wrote:
> in a normal system the executable files would be in /usr/bin or
> Anyway, it is supposed that they are acessible from anywhere, try
> this: which mono - this should give you the installation path.
> Danai Mukusha wrote:
>> Am new to linux and the big thing that has convinced to move was MONO.
>> Anyway, running suse9.0 pro. I have loaded up all the files for mono
>> via the rpm packages on the site. The problem is that They have not
>> appeared in the development selection list and I can't work out how to
>> run from the command line.
>> Can anyone tell me where the files are located so i try from bash or
>> aid me in setting up an icon so I can run from desktop, KDE or Gnome.
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