[Mono-list] Debian support
daniel.soto2k at gmail.com
Tue Mar 31 14:28:50 EDT 2009
I can describe a summary of how I get Mono 2.4 from sources, it's not difficult.
I assume using Ubuntu Intrepid Ibex (my system have it installed)
Bison installed (apt-get install bison)
libgdiplus-2.4 installed (I got it from mono sources also, then
./configure && make && make install)
Get mono-2.4.tar.bz2, decompress it.
Change to directory created after decompress.
sudo make install
And... I believe that is all. The make command will take a long time to compile.
You can install XSP in the same way.
To asp.net support for apache web server (asumming apache 2):
sudo apt-get install apache-threaded-dev
Get mod_modo-2.4 and decompress it.
sudo make install
When it finishes, make sure that mod_mono.conf is created in
Search for this section:
# Include module configuration:
Add the following line, below.
At the end of configuration file, add the following
sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart
And you should have mono 2.4 with .net support for apache, and xsp2
light webserver for development. Type mono --version to get the
version currently installed.
Those were the steps that I followed to get mono 2.4 fully functional
in a fresh Ubuntu Intrepid install.
Let me know if you need more help. I can give a hand.
2009/3/31 Mike Christensen <imaudi at comcast.net>:
> Is there a step by step on how to do this on a fresh Ubuntu install? It
> took me forever to figure out all the packages I needed to install
> first, and now I just get "Error 2" when I make. Sigh..
> FlappySocks wrote:
>> I have just compiled mono 2.4 on Ubuntu, with no problems. Fantastic. Well
>> done mono.
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