[Mono-list] Installing Mono on Debian

Lee Connell lee_connell at hotmail.com
Fri Mar 24 18:12:56 EST 2006

There are also packages from ubuntu that may work?  but again that may cause 
inconsistent issues with the sarge release.

look at packages.ubuntu.com.  Have a look also on google for any debian 
packages for mono, I'm sure someone has some out.

>From: "Redefined Horizons" <redefined.horizons at gmail.com>
>To: mono-list at lists.ximian.com
>Subject: [Mono-list] Installing Mono on Debian
>Date: Fri, 24 Mar 2006 13:15:38 -0800
>I'm realtively new to Linux and Mono, so please be patient if I ask
>something obvious. :]
>I'd like to get Mono installed on my Debian Linux box. I'm running the
>stable version of Debian Sarge. Should I try to use a Debian package for
>Mono, or can I use the installer provided here?:
>I'm not sure which is the best way to go. I think I might have problems if 
>use the installer and circumvent the Debian Package system. Any 
>Scott Huey
>P.S. - I don't have my Linux box wired to the net just yet, so I can't use

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