[Mono-bugs] [Bug 546741] Running or debugging remotely fails with "Use Mounted file system"

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--- Comment #3 from Martin Baulig <martin at novell.com>  2009-10-14 23:45:42 MDT ---
This is not a bug but how it's meant to work.

By default, all your project files and everything is copied over to a temporary
directory on Linux.

Setting 'use mounted filesystem' overrides this, so you need to make sure you
have a mounted directory and also specified the correct paths for linux and
windows.  Accessing any files outside this directory root isn't supported - and
we really shouldn't copy them since this could be a security problem.

Your problem is that you specified "C:\VMShared\MonoShare" for Windows and
"/mnt/hgfs/MonoShare" for Linux, but your project
"C:/Documents and
Settings/evgenyp/My Documents/Visual Studio 2008/Projects/ConsoleApplication1"
is outside this directory, so it doesn't exist on Linux.

Filenames are mapped automatically to Linux, but only if they're inside

You should either move your project inside the "C:\VMShared\MonoShare"
directory or disable "use mounted filesystem" to let MonoVS automatically copy
everything it needs.

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