[Mono-list] Mono for an older Linux RHEL4r5?
malcolm.justin at gmail.com
Thu Dec 16 11:07:00 EST 2010
> Thanks for the replies. Problem is I need to run this on a dev box that
> mirrors a prod box they don't want to update much so it's hard to make a
> case to upgrade all the libraries. That's the part they would freak out
> about. I don't need the mono GUI stuff, just command stuff if that is any
> help. Is there anyway to make required libraries available to just mono on
> Linux without updating them for everyone? Thanks again!
You can disregard my original email.
I just built Mono 2.8.1 on a RHEL4 box and, much to my surprise and delight,
it built with no issues at all. If you have to install any dependencies,
you should be able simply to download directly from Red Hat using "yum".
This is a very safe operation (it is kind of like running Windows Update but
even less obtrusive).
Mono itself is quite unobtrusive. It is quite self-contained, user-space
only, and it does not modify any of the system libraries.
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