[Mono-list] Muno usage problem

Chris Turchin chris@turchin.net
Sun, 06 Jun 2004 14:22:46 +0200

Hi Alex,

hopefully someone helped you with this already, but if not, here is my
short description:

In SUSE, assuming everything is working right after your installation,
should should be able to start a .net application on the command line by
using this syntax:

shell$> mono <.NET-executable-name>

CLI executables cannot be started directly by default in Linux by
default (there is a way to configure it to work, but i don't have the
howto link at hand right now, check the list archives for more info).

in windows, i have not used mono much, but i know it is at least
possible to start them the same way as in linux, that is, using "mono
<filename.exe>" from the command line or from a batch file.

hope that helps.



On Sat, 2004-06-05 at 20:56, Alexander Panov wrote:
> Hello,
> my name is Alexander Panov. I am a .NET Developer. I found out MONO like an 
> year ago, but now I really need to use it.
> I have developed a .NET application in C# and i want to run it on Linux. I 
> have SUSE 9.1 Pro.
> The problem is that I can't run MONO neither on the SUSE Linux, nor on 
> Windows XP.
> I have downloaded the Beta2 Setup for Windows and the corresponding set of 
> packages for SUSE Linux.
> Under Windows i Setup Mono, and i don't know how to run a .NET application 
> with it. There is no help file also.
> Under SUSE(where i am a begginer) i installed the 54 packages and also don't 
> know how to run my program.
> Note that my idea is only to run a .NET application built with MS Visual 
> Studio .NET 2003 with MONO on Linux (and Windows) and not to build new .NET 
> applications using MONO compiler and environment(at least for now).
> My request is:
> give me a detailed instructions what I have to do in order to run an already 
> build .NET program with MONO on both Linux and Windows(like you need to 
> install this packages; after that run this tool or start your exe with this 
> application or whatever it takes, but in a way to be followable)
> or
> send me a link whare it is described.
> I can't find such on www.go-mono.com
> Otherwise the idea is great and congratulations!
> Looking forward to hearing from you.
> Alex
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