[Mono-list] Using rug to install Mono

Richard Torkar richard.torkar@htu.se
Sat, 12 Jun 2004 23:34:58 +0200

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On Sat, 2004-06-12 at 14:18 -0700, John Bailo wrote:
> The new mono web site says that rug is the preferred way to install mono.
> I downloaded and installed the command line version and subscribed to Mon=
> I have previously installed mono 'the hard way' one rpm at a time.. but a=
> running the command
> rug install mono
> This is the result -- does that mean that it didn't install the right ver=
> or what ?
> Using mono 0.31-1.ximian.8.1 from the 'mono' channel
> The following requested packages will be installed:
>   mono 0.31-1.ximian.8.1 (mono)

This is an old version.

> 1 packages will be installed.
> This is a 8.62M download.
> Do you want to continue? [y/N] y
> Download complete
> Verifying mono
> There is no package signature for mono; package will be installed because=
> is trusted
> Preparing Transaction
> Transaction failed: Unable to complete RPM transaction:
> file /etc/mono/config from install of mono-0.31-1.ximian.8.1 conflicts wi=
> file from package mono-core-0.91-0.ximian.8.3

Do you have a newer rpm of mono installed? I would say yes :-)

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