[Mono-list] Suse 10.1 and Monodevelop

John Meyer john.l.meyer at gmail.com
Thu Jul 13 11:14:30 EDT 2006

Joe Audette wrote:
>> It doesn't even appear.  What package should I have installed (I
> installed everything, I think).
> If you go into System > YaST > Software > Software Management
> and search for mono you should find it. As I recall the only thing missing was mod_mono which you can get by adding an additional installation source
> On mine I added an http source
> Server Name: suse.mirrors.tds.net
> Server Directory: pub/opensuse/distribution/SL-10.1/inst-source
> if you are in the US that should be fine or you may want to look at the list on opensuse wiki for a closer one
> this will give you additional packages like postgresql and lots of other stuff that isn't on the cds
> I would install pretty much everything you see in searching for mono then to upgrade all of it to the newest version go to the mono download page and download all the rpms
> unzip the rpms into directories then from the terminal cd into those directories one at a time and do
> sudo rpm -Uvh *.rpm
> in the devtools folder I got an error on gecko so had to install the rest one at a time in that directory like
> sudo rpm -Uvh filename.rpm for each file
> be sure and install boo
> I just did all this last weekend and the latest 0.11 MonoDevelop is working nice for me.
> Hope it helps,
> Joe
That worked.  Apparantly Monodevelop is not included in the SuSE 10.1
CDs natively.

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