[Mono-list] getting gtk/winforms working on Ubuntu
frederik.carlier at carlier-online.be
Mon Sep 24 14:54:38 EDT 2007
You can trim the list of source packages by installing the "gnome-devel"
You may want to have a look at the output "apt-get builddep mono" gets
you, it gives a complete list of the build dependencies.
This information is really useful, anyway, people seem to frequently
have issues installing Mono from source on Ubuntu. You may try to
request the Mono team to include a link on their Wiki page.
Hope that helps,
B R wrote:
> I was having tons of problems getting make to work earlier, and then had
> even more problems getting gtk/winforms apps to work correctly. Some of you
> may remember the thread.
> Anyways, I got it resolved. Unfortunately, I had to install a whole load of
> packages. I've posted my method at:
> So, if any of you could take a peek and post recommendations on how to trim
> the list down, I'd appreciate it.
> Hope what I learned helps others who are having troubles getting Mono and
> such working on Ubuntu.
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