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Old 12-09-2009, 04:52 AM   #1
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Hello Every One
this is my first time here and i read the most Fields of this forms
and i found it very cool
but i have a question?
Is there a program that supports the programming language C # in the Linux system in RHEL5 and be format with RPM or BIN ????????
thanx allot
 
Old 12-09-2009, 05:00 AM   #2
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Don't know about rpms for RHEL5, but mono is what you are looking for.

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Old 12-09-2009, 05:15 AM   #3
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Hi and welcome to LQ!

First an advice: choose a title relevant to your question when submitting a new thread. Two good reasons to get into this habit: 1) Your question will have more exposure, since many LQ members tend to ignore threads marked as "Help me", "Question", "Urgent" and so on. 2) Your question and the related answers may serve as a knowledege base to users having the same doubt/question in their mind. If the title is relevant, the LQ search engine can easily find it and your question will help others in the spirit of the Linux community.

Regarding your question, you will find a lot of useful information in the Wikipedia page. Take a look especially at the last paragraph of the "Standardization - Criticism" section and at the "Implementations" section. I cannot tell for sure, but I doubt you will find any RPM of C# for Red Hat. The project sites of the free implementations may provide more information about this topic.
 
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Old 12-10-2009, 01:12 AM   #4
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Don't know about rpms for RHEL5, but mono is what you are looking for.

Evo2.

thanx allot for ur answer but i tried to download it from the main site and i couldnt and i hope you guide me to direct link
thank you very much
 
Old 12-10-2009, 01:20 AM   #5
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Hi and welcome to LQ!

First an advice: choose a title relevant to your question when submitting a new thread. Two good reasons to get into this habit: 1) Your question will have more exposure, since many LQ members tend to ignore threads marked as "Help me", "Question", "Urgent" and so on. 2) Your question and the related answers may serve as a knowledege base to users having the same doubt/question in their mind. If the title is relevant, the LQ search engine can easily find it and your question will help others in the spirit of the Linux community.

Regarding your question, you will find a lot of useful information in the Wikipedia page. Take a look especially at the last paragraph of the "Standardization - Criticism" section and at the "Implementations" section. I cannot tell for sure, but I doubt you will find any RPM of C# for Red Hat. The project sites of the free implementations may provide more information about this topic.
iam sorry for the qus. this is my first time here and i don't know the rules .
and i saw the wikipedia and thank you .
but i need a link or direct link to download mono develop with format bin or rpm for REDHAT and i enter to mono website and i found just for suse that's all what i want
thank you.
 
Old 12-10-2009, 01:20 AM   #6
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thanx allot for ur answer but i tried to download it from the main site and i couldnt and i hope you guide me to direct link
thank you very much
Can you be more specific? Where did you did you try to download it from? Why were you unable to download it? Ie what did you try? What happened?

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