[Mono-list] Apache 2, Debian (unstable), mod_mono

benjamin van der veen bvanderveen at gmail.com
Thu Jun 30 02:10:20 EDT 2005

On 6/29/05, benjamin van der veen <bvanderveen at gmail.com> wrote:
> Tom,
> I got the source from the Mono website.
> I know what you mean about the apt-get thing. I'm pretty new to Debian
> (this is week 3 for me) and I'm by no means a *nix guru (let me write
> [managed] code; I hate diddling with hardware and configurations). I
> find that apt-get (or whatever package manager a distro uses) works
> best for things that I'm not trying to dial in to my liking -- I
> mostly use it to install random dependencies and stuff I'm not
> familiar with. I still haven't figured out how to change the options
> to a configure script when using apt-get to compile things.
> The only strategy I can think of to stay on top of my installations is
> hang on to all the folders created from extracting from tarballs and
> put in them shell scripts containing the ./configure command I used to
> build the package (Better Ideas are welcome).
> I digress -- I built from the source so I could diddle with it and get
> it the way I want. Same went for php5 (but I *did* use apt-get for
> mysql -- never in the 3 years I've been installing it on *nix have I
> set a custom option on it).
> benjamin j. van der veen
> On 6/29/05, Tom Opgenorth <opgenorth at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 6/29/05, benjamin van der veen <bvanderveen at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > I recommend doing:
> > >
> > > $ ./configure --with-debug
> > Thanks for the tip.
> >
> > Did you grab the source from the mono site and build it?  Or did you
> > grab the source via apt-get and compile that?  As much as possible, I
> > prefer just to apt-get install things.  Seems to save me a lot of
> > trouble in the long run.  :)
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