[Mono-list] Mono compiling page has been updated
Wed, 17 Nov 2004 20:43:54 +0000
On 11/17/04 04:16:22, Paul F. Johnson wrote:
> Just a quick heads up to say that I've updated my mono-compiling page to
> reflect the change from cvs to svn and fixed a few bits and pieces on
> there as
> Feel free to comment...
In debian, the command
dpkg -l mono*
will give a list of all mono components available in debian (well, all that
start with mono), and the first column will say if the pacakge is installed
or not. For example, a section of the output on my computer looks like:
ii mono-common 1.0.2-1 common files for the Mono CLI runtimes
ii mono-jit 1.0.2-1 fast CLI (.NET/Mono) JIT compiler
ii mono-mcs 1.0.2-1 the Mono C# compiler
un mono-mint <none> (no description available)
ii mono-utils 1.0.2-1 Mono utilities
dpkg --purge <list of packagenames> is used to purge packages (which means
remove everything, including config files that might have been created).
This must be run as root, where the dpkg -l can be run as any user...
Might be useful information to add, since the rpm stuff is there.