[Mono-list] Updated Mono installation on Debian

David Temes dtemes at infoco.es
Wed Oct 31 12:43:31 EDT 2007

In similar situations after downloading  and installing the binary package I 
had to get the mod_mono source, compile mod_mono and install it. Running 
different versions of mod_mono and mono gives me the kind of problem you 

Don't forget the mono-prefix settings if you build mod_mono

David Temes.

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From: "Kevin Rohleder" <krohleder at gmail.com>
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Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2007 5:38 PM
Subject: [Mono-list] Updated Mono installation on Debian

> Hi all, I apologize for what's probably a pretty basic question, but...
> I have gotten Mono and mod_mono working fine from the stable Debian
> packages... but it's an old version, I'm not super familiar
> with Debian or Linux in general (I just recently switched from
> FreeBSD, which has a similar package system, but it's not exactly the
> same), so I'm wondering what the best way to get the latest version
> is. I tried getting the Mono packages from the Debian testing
> distribution, which does have, but I pretty much screwed
> everything up and none of my ASP.net apps would run anymore. I
> downgraded back to the stable packages, and everything's fine again,
> but I'm wondering how to proceed. Should I try the testing packages
> again, and be more careful this time? Try compiling from source? Will
> compiling work even though I have the package installed, or should I
> uninstall the packages first?
> Thanks for any help,
> Kevin
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