[Mono-list] Mono 2.6 for Ubuntu
trampster at gmail.com
Mon Jan 11 01:11:05 EST 2010
Why is there no official support for ubuntu.
I mean it is the largest desktop linux distribution.
You support Windows which lets face it not all that many people use
mono on windows, and why would they when .net runs on windows. Even mono
develop uses the .net runtime on windows. And yet you have support for
windows from day one.
However if I want the latest mono on ubuntu I have to wait for the next
version of the operating system to be released to get it.
Do I have to wait for microsoft to release window 8 to get mono 2.6? no
so why should I have to wait for it on ubuntu 10.04 to get it?
End of rant.
Daniel Soto wrote:
> Your best option is compiling it from scratch.
> You must install development packages before to install, when
> running ./configure.
> El lun, 11-01-2010 a las 08:41 +0700, dedi escribió:
>> Hi all,
>> I would like to know if someone had already made any Mono 2.6 build
>> for Ubuntu, especially 9.10 Karmic. Since the dafault on it is Mono 2.4.
>> I really would like to try new stuffs there, and MonoDevelop 2.2 also.
>> Will it be okay if I just convert the package from openSUSE
>> to the deb for Ubuntu? Or should I build it from scratch?
>> I'm just a newbie to packaging thing :)
>> Thank you.
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