[Mono-list] installing complete mono framework on CentOS 4.3
robertj at gmx.net
Thu Jul 6 08:02:35 EDT 2006
gnuplot post wrote:
> On 7/5/06, Kornél Pál <kornelpal at gmail.com> wrote:
>> You can change wapi dir by setting the MONO_SHARED_DIR environment variable
>> to the absolute path of wapi directory.
>> But I don't know whether this will help.
> Yes, indeed ... it did help I set MONO_SHARED_DIR to /tmp and
> everything worked fine.
> Thanks for the hint.
> ___summary__ (for developers)
> mcs does __not__ work if the .wapi directory resides on the network
> drive (for example /home )
> mcs does work if the .wapi directory is on the local
> drive (for example /tmp)
> Is such a behaviour correct ? (aka was mcs designed like this ?)
It's not MCS. Mono (and so *all* managed apps) needs the .wapi folder
to be able to simulate the Win32-API.
> Short description of our LAN:
> - one server running NIS, samba and exporting /home /usr/local
> - 25 lab workstations exporting /proj , automounting /home and /usr/local
> - 'madril' is exception. It has its own /usr/local and automounts /home
We are using NFS for our homes and it works. I don't think
that .wapi was ever tested with a samba share.
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