[Mono-list] Compile Errors

Abe Gillespie abe.gillespie at gmail.com
Mon Oct 8 14:26:10 EDT 2007

OK, still having the same problems after doing as you suggested.  Note
- I ran "make uninstall" on 1.2.4 before I started any upgrading to
1.2.5 ... so I shouldn't have run into mismatched versioning anyhow.

Even worse is I can't get 1.2.4 to compile anymore either.  It fails
in the same fashion.  I always make sure I unpack a fresh tarball and
start clean any time I attempt this.  And all the /usr/local/* dirs
are free from any mono remnants.

One thing I did notice is running "locate mono" gives me this:

Could these be getting in the way / are they even anything to do with
Mono?  I'm not sure what terminfo does ...

Any ideas?


On 10/5/07, Adrien Dessemond <adrien.dessemond at softhome.net> wrote:
> On Fri, October 5, 2007 3:27 pm, Abe Gillespie wrote:
> >>From the release downloads.  No repository check-out nonsense.  Maybe
> > I should also note that I had no problem compiling 1.2.4.
> >
> > Thanks!
> I see where the problem /could/ come from : if you had installed Mono
> 1.2.4 on the machine, it could interfere for a reason or another.
> Here is how I compiled :
> 1a. export PATH=/opt/mono-$PATH
> 1b. export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/opt/mono-$PKG_CONFIG_PATH
> (it doesn't matter if /opt/mono- does not exists yet, but it is
> really important to put it first in the paths sequence)
> 2. download and unpack mono- (or .gz)
> 3. chdir to the directory where you un packed Mono and do a ./configure
> --prefix=/opt/mono-
> 4. make
> 5. make install (as root)
> I hope it will help you :-)

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