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Old 08-29-2004, 06:34 AM   #1
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Question mono develop on Mandrake 10

I'm a .NET programmer and I'm new to Linux and mono.

I was able to install monodevelop from the file which had
every thing in RH9 with out a problem. I have to use rpm -Uvh --nodeps and --force *.rpm.

Monodevelop was working fine but the mono doc was not loading. so I tried everything but I failed configure it.

I recently install the Mandrake 10 and followed the same procedure to install the monodevelop.The installation didn't report any error. But the link was not created in the desktop and I couldn't manually execute the mono develop.

Can please tell me what are the required packages for Mandrake 10 form that RH9 list of packages. I read some gtk packages are already installed in Mandrake. And do I need to use mono-1.0.1-1mdk.i586.rpm ?

Please help me.


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