[Mono-list] Updated Mono installation on Debian

Lorenzo Viola info at eulogika.net
Wed Oct 31 14:14:27 EDT 2007


In my experience, is ok if you don't need (M$) ajax working

If you need ajax, you need the SVN trunks...by this moment, it is working

In any case, from deselect, remove any "mono" reference you find...
and then set your apt source to "testing"

I also suggest you to clear your /etc/mono*, /etc/xsp* directory, and
place all
the needed configuration on one apache2 configuration file
(don't try apache-mod-mono, use apache2 with mod-mono)

Best regards

Kevin Rohleder ha scritto:
> 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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