[Mono-list] Installing mono
Sat, 07 May 2005 12:25:41 -0400
On Sat, 2005-05-07 at 17:09 +0100, peter wrote:
> I've just upgraded to SuSE 9.3 Professional - which mean I have mono
> 1.1.5 installed. I would now like to install monodevelop, but I can't
> find any packages for the latest version. Are there any available?
> I tried to install from the 0.61 tarball, but I got a configuration
> error about gtk-sourceview-2.0, so I had a look on the go-mono site, but
> didn't see anything there that looked right. I even tried the lind to
> Red Carpet (since the mono site says it's the recommended way to do things:
> "The best way to install Mono on your system is to use Novell's Red
> Carpet. If you do not already have Red Carpet, you can download it."
It looks like somebody hasn't uploaded the 9.3 client, sadly.
To get redcarpet, open up yast2, and do the "add and remove software"
thingy. (you have to do sudo su -, because it is in sbin) and install
rcd and rug.
Note that we don't have a gtksourceview and geckosharp up yet on the
downloads page. We are trying to do a new md release as soon as
possible, and we will get packages. Am hoping this gets done in the next
week or two.