[Mono-list] Simplest way to put Mono, on Ubuntu

pat.h patrick.harzheim at gmail.com
Fri Oct 3 15:51:37 EDT 2008

Southbeach wrote:
> I need hELP! What is the simplest way of putting Mono on Ubuntu. My wife
> has developed a fantastic tool called Southbeach (www.southbeachinc.com)
> which is written in c# on .net, and I am desperate to run it on my rock
> solid ubuntu machine. I use Windows at work, but refuse to do so at home.
> I love unbuntu for all the right reasons, but not having Southbeach on it
> is like torture. Problem is, I'm not desperately techie on the Unix side
> of things, so I'm looking for a simple way to get Mono up and running, so
> that I can install Southbeach. Any thoughts?
> Hoping. Howard.

With a command line 
`apt-cache search mono | grep mono`
then use `apt-get` to install the right ones


>From Applications -> Add/Remove Apps
In the Programming section.
Show All Open  Source Applications
Search for 'mono'

Check and install MonoDevelop, Monodoc

You can start from there.

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