[Mono-list] Can not startup Windows version MonoDevelop 2.2 Beta 1

Lluis Sanchez Gual lluis at novell.com
Thu Oct 1 20:50:50 EDT 2009

Try using the latest windows installer from:

El dj 01 de 10 de 2009 a les 16:02 -0600, en/na chuchiehliu at micron.com
va escriure:
> (1)     I am trying to use Windows version MonoDevelop.  My computer
> already got .NET framework 3.5  and couple other older version of .NET
> framework.  Downloaded and installed Gtk# for .NET 2.12.9.  Downloaded
> and installed MonoDevelop 2.2 Beta 1 version (MonoDevelop-2.2.b1.msi).
> From the start button to startup MonoDevelop.  The hour glass will
> show for couple seconds and gone.  Nothing else happen.  All
> installation I tried are using default path setting.  Actually tried
> above process twice and same result.  What I missed or missing?  (BTW:
> I endup used Xdevelop a little bit which has more success running
> Windows.Forms managed apps both on Windows and RedHad Linux).
> (2)     I know that Mono version is upto 2.4 now.  Do not see a
> package from mono website for RedHat.  What should I do to (or where I
> can) get a version 2.4 mono framework for Linux RedHat 2.6 version
> (which should work with MonoDevelop, X-develop Linux version also)?
> Do I need to checkout Mono source onto my RedHat box and GNU rebuild
> Mono to get my own RedHat version 2.4 mono?  Have anyone done this
> before?
>                 This is my 4th days experience on mono.  Thanks for
>                 your help.
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