[Mono-list] corlib.dll not found
13 Jan 2004 13:13:05 -0500
Maybe what you could do is grab the corresponding mono-charge in the
daily snapshot and tar -zxvf it. Then copy all the dll's to the
/usr/local/lib directory and all the exe's to the /usr/bin/mono
I had the same problem and that is what I did to fix it.
On Tue, 2004-01-13 at 11:57, Jeremiah McElroy wrote:
> When I run 'type mono' or 'type mcs' it returns with /usr/bin/mono and
> /usr/bin/mcs, however mcs still complains about corlib.dll being
> missing. I uninstalled the RPMs and removed every file I could find
> that has to do with mono, but I still cannot fix this issue.
> Ravindra Kumar wrote:
> >Looks like your PATH value is referring to old install. Just check and see if you can change it to point to the new install. If you try command "type mono" or "type mcs", it is going to tell you that from where these will get executed.
> >Your new install bin directory should appear before the old install bin dir in PATH.
> >>>>"Jeremiah McElroy" <email@example.com> 1/13/2004 6:13:49 AM >>>
> >I am running Red Hat 9.0 with RedCarpet 2 and I installed mono today from RedCarpet. At some point in the past, I built mono from sources, but I thought that I had done make uninstall to remove mono from the machine. However, when I attempt to compile, I receive a corlib.dll not found. Mono appears to be looking in /usr/local/lib. In addition, mono reports its verion as 0.26 when I run mono --version, as opposed to the 0.29 that the RPMs claim.
> >I have seen this topic more than once on the list, but I have not been able to find a solution. When I set MONO_PATH, the problem still persists. Is there something that I have overlooked or forgotten?
> >In addition, is the best course of action going to be to compile and install from source?
> >Thanks in advance,
> >Jeremiah McElroy
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