[Mono-list] Installation on openSUSE (10.2)
surfzoid at gmail.com
Mon Nov 12 12:20:24 EST 2007
i used only one time Suse so it's hard to explain.
i'am with mandriva cooker 2008 at home and MDV 2007 at office.
not sur but live one (distro on CD) work too.
After install http://easyurpmi.zarb.org/
To configure ALL media
Finaly in a shell # urpmi mono
or with MCC or rpmdrake (the center manager or rpm manager)
And every thing work like a charme at home and office.
Also you can optionaly install all devel package of mono/sharp, like
this you will be able to compile a last version of mono from SVN or
dailly test tarball
2007/11/12, Carlos Ble <ble.jurado at gmail.com>:
> I think you need to add some repositories. Take a look at this post:
> 2007/11/12, Richard Couture < richard at beauware.com>:
> > Hi,
> > I really need some pointers here. I'm faily new to Linux, but I can find
> my way around a bit. I have installed openSUSE in order to simplify my life
> since it comes with mono. Unfortunally that version of mono refuse to work
> for me. So I have downloaded the ZIP files (core and web) for my specific
> distro version. Now that's where the fun begin. For every RPM I try to
> install, it always tells me that I am missing this and that. Sure I can find
> those here and there on the web. As you understand, this is a very painful
> process (especially when you are on 56K modem, don't ask...). Is there some
> way to get help for this process. I mean is there a list of those requiered
> pakages, a site. Well anything to help with this. What are you gurus do to
> install (a working copy) of mono going. So far I got XSP2 working, but not
> mod_mono on Apache.
> > I am not a hobbyist, I want to port an existing apps to Linux to offer my
> customer a better choice (not proved yet though) than MS.
> > Hoping to get some pointers,
> > Thanks.
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