Installing mono-project on debian
After I installed, using the mono-1.1.6-installer.bin from mono-project, none of the mono-executables will run. They seem to be starting, but then they just exits without doing anything.
From the mono-project page
I am curious as to why you didn't try installing mono from the Debian repositories? It's in there. Just apt-get install mono.
Guess I'm getting too comfortable with aptitude :S
Thought the packagelist in aptitude was the same as in apt-get... Didn't find mono in aptitude.
Well... uninstalled the mono-1.1.6 package and installed mono 1.0.5 with apt-get...
Still... there is nothing happening... there were no additions to the menu. - There were just some binaries installed in /usr/bin
Though, at least it seems like the console command mono is putting out some text for a change... but I want monodevelop which appearantly was not included in the repository 1.0.5 version :(
Back to square :S
Anyone who knows how to install mono-1.1.6 and monodevelop on Debian Sarge with a 2.6.8-2-686-smp kernel?
Woups... sorry... I'll try harder before I post next time... got monodevelop too with apt-get (it is an old version though)
sudo apt-cache search mono
mono - Mono .NET development environment
mono-apache-server - backend for mod_mono Apache module
mono-assemblies-arch - architecture specific files for Mono's class library
mono-assemblies-base - Mono class library
mono-common - common files for the Mono CLI runtimes
mono-gac - Mono GAC tool
mono-jay - LALR(1) parser generator oriented to Java/.NET
mono-jit - fast CLI/.NET JIT compiler for Mono
mono-mcs - Mono C# compiler
mono-xsp - simple web server to run ASP.NET applications
monodevelop - C#/Java/Nermele/ILasm Development Environment
monodoc - The Mono documentation viewer
monodoc-base - shared MonoDoc binaries
monodoc-browser - MonoDoc GTK+ based viewer
monodoc-http - MonoDoc http based viewer
monodoc-manual - compiled XML documentation from the Mono project
Hmmm,I see everything.
By the way aptitude does grab from same place apt-get does...it just handles things better and more detailed.You posted that you got mono from there site...he asked why?
sudo aptitude install mono-common
Btw: sudo aptitude install mono-common
would do the same as:
aptitude install mono-common
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