[Mono-list] Windows installer - Take 3, a.k.a. "this should w
ork for everyone"
Tue, 11 May 2004 09:36:54 +0100
I tried the latest installer, from
But still get:
** (C:\Program Files\Mono-0.91\lib\mbas.exe:680): WARNING **: Could not find
embly Mono.GetOptions, references from C:\Program
Unhandled Exception: System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set
an instance of an object
This is a completely clean Windows 2000 Professional installation (on
VMware) with SP4. The Mono installer is run without changing directories for
the installation path. Many other utilities, e.g. mbas gives the error
shown. I do not have Cygwin installed, and run the NT command file from a
The commands that fail are:
Cert2spc - unhandled exception
Cert2spec - exe file is missing
Certmgr - unhandled exception
Disco - unhandled exception
Ilasm - unhandled exception
Makecert - unhandled exception
Mbas - unhandled exception
Monograph - cannot open assembly mscorlib.dll
Monop - unhandled exception
Signcode - unhandled exception
Sn - unhandled exception
Soapsuds - unhandled exception
Sqlsharp - unhandled exception
Wsdl - unhandled exception
Xsd - unhandled exception
What am I missing here? I am new to Mono, having used 0.31 before the beta,
which installed and worked flawlessly.
Senior VP of Product Development
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