[Mono-list] We need Linux.NET Stub
Wed, 26 May 2004 17:34:05 +0900
Martin Olsson wrote:
> This is the same thing that's given in the FAQ but I dont need this. I
> cannot possibly rely on this at the end-user, what if their kernel
> does not have support for it? Should I recompile their kernel in the
> installation program? Seems insane. Also the problems with Wine.
> As I said below, what I would like to use it a pure native Linux stub
> instead. Would not that be rather easy to create? Anyone tried?
It probably depends on whether you need to keep the file as a valid P.E.
file. I'm not sure its possible to create a file thats both a valid P.E
and is also recognizable to the linux loader as a native binary. I don't
know that much about the linux loader so I could be wrong here.
possible workaround solutions are:
- create shell script launchers for each managed exe
- create stubs yourself in c that host the runtime and load the required
> Fredrik Hedberg wrote:
>> 2nd tip
>> On Tue, 2004-05-25 at 15:50, Martin Olsson wrote:
>>> Hi Mono-guys,
>>> I saw in the FAQ that mono apps are called using "mono hello.exe"
>>> but in
>>> Windows you can run them directly because the hello.exe program is
>>> essentially just a stub that kicks the interpreter going.
>>> Now, I read in the FAQ that there is a hack which avoids the "mono
>>> hello.exe" problem but do you guys have any plans to implement real
>>> Linux/MacOS/HP-UX stubs? They would be basically the same as the Win
>>> .NET .exe files but they would be native to their respective system.
>>> Is anyone working on that?
>>> Mono-list maillist - Monofirstname.lastname@example.org
>> Mono-list maillist - Monoemail@example.com
> Mono-list maillist - Monofirstname.lastname@example.org
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