[Mono-list] Mono 2.6 for Ubuntu
surfzoid at gmail.com
Thu Jan 14 03:25:48 EST 2010
don't work for you ?
Are you using x86_64, as i said is broken ?
At least you can took the source files who are ok and use it in
lunchpad ppa of ubuntu
2010/1/14 Chorn Sokun <chornsokun at gmail.com>:
> Totally agree with @daniel except that I am not agree the part where said we
> not thanks/appreciate Ubuntu team.
> I don't know about the rest of the world but for me and the people that I
> introduce to /talk with them about Ubuntu they all appreciate the great
> afford and policing put into get this excellent distro for us.
> Perhap using Window & develop in .NET Framework with just click and get
> thing work make me junior coder a lazy labor. However to abandon Windows
> camp and join Linux my option is to pick popular Linux distro and can do my
> job on it that how I feel having mono ready and up to date on the Ubuntu
> (official support :D) would be a big plus.
> Build one run every where !
> Chorn Sokun
> +855 12 222718
> On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 12:58 PM, daniel <trampster at gmail.com> wrote:
>> The ubuntu devs package and deploy for their release which happens every
>> 6 months. it is insane to say its up to them to package version released
>> between OS versions.
>> Ubuntu comes with a packaged version on gnome do, which is fine, however
>> I choose to use a more recent version of gnome do so I use a PPA which
>> is supplied by the developers (not the ubuntu devs)
>> The fact that ubuntu/devian developers package mono for you for its OS
>> releases is a bonus, did Microsoft package up mono and include it in
>> its Windows 7? NO! did Apple package up mono and include it in snow
>> leopard? no. So ubuntu is helping you guys out hugely but do you thank
>> them? no, you just expect more of them.
>> I also use Chrome in ubuntu. Its not in the repros at all, when I wanted
>> to install chrome did google say... O sorry its up to ubuntu/debian to
>> package chrome for you, its not our fault if they don't. No, they
>> packaged it themselves and even provided different channels so I can
>> decide exactly how cutting edge I want to be.
>> So you have to worry about a newer version breaking existing
>> applications, how is this different from on any other operating system?
>> It's not up to the ubuntu devs to package new versions of mono for exist
>> OS releases, its up to the mono project to do this and provide it as a
>> The question you need to ask is, how important is the largest desktop
>> linux distribution to the mono project.
>> At my work we started to port a .net application to mono, however it
>> need to run on ubuntu (8.04) do you know what version of mono is in
>> 8.04 its 1.2.6, everything for our app was supported in mono 2.4 but
>> mono 1.2.6? not even close. So we abandoned our efforts, I'm sure their
>> are lots of other people out there with similar stories. Those of us who
>> use ubuntu feel a little bit like second class citizens.
>> B.R. wrote:
>> > On Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 8:42 PM, Bálint Kardos <kardosbalint at gmail.com
>> > <mailto:kardosbalint at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> > Hi Stephen,
>> > Fact 1: the provider decides on the virtualized platforms, not me.
>> > They have Fedora, Ubuntu or Debian systems ready.
>> > Fact 2: I've used Debian and Fedora for a decade, so I'm more
>> > familiar with Ubuntu as with SuSe.
>> > Fact 3: I've started working on merging all my sites/servers back
>> > to Windows 2008.
>> > It is a sad story, but the lack of real features on mono (Web
>> > Services still has bugs for years, the LINQ implementation is a
>> > horror etc.) makes it more and more hard to use it as a real
>> > Production (not a toy playground) platform.
>> > üdvözlettel
>> > with regards
>> > Kardos Bálint
>> > _______________________________________
>> > http://skaelede.hu 10 (0xA) év a magyar weben
>> > If there are web services bugs, file bugs--if nobody knows about them,
>> > they can't get fixed. Also, clarify what you mean by LINQ? LINQ to
>> > Objects is pretty simple and there's only so many ways to implement
>> > that, so I'm not sure how you can lay claim to that being a horror.
>> > LINQ to SQL is a different story, and a huge effort that is only now
>> > beginning to be integrated into Mono properly. You could also file
>> > bugs for those--once again, if nobody knows about them, they can't get
>> > fixed.
>> > --B.R.
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