[Mono-list] Which distro is the best for newbie?
surfzoid at gmail.com
Tue Jan 19 09:25:09 EST 2010
It is only taste question perhaps but i find Mandriva so easy as
ubuntu, but really less buggy, Mono is correctly implemented on it.
2010/1/19 A.M. Abdelaziz <amamh3 at gmail.com>:
> I agree
> since u want mono then OpenSUSE is the best, and I don't think Fedora is
> good for a linux newbie.
> If u weren't a programmer and didn't want to use mono, I would say Ubuntu is
> best for u.
> On Tue, Jan 19, 2010 at 9:25 AM, Stifu <stifu at free.fr> wrote:
>> OpenSUSE. Novell is behind both Mono and openSUSE, so Mono gets properly
>> tested on it. Also, it's always easy to upgrade to the latest Mono version
>> with it.
>> hapiten wrote:
>> > Hi
>> > I'm newbie in Mono and Linux
>> > I have been trying to porting asp.net on Fedora 9
>> > But I encountered several errors
>> > The errors are
>> > Encoding name 'ks_c_5601-1987' not supported Parameter name:name
>> > Description :Error processing request
>> > Error Message: HTTP 500.System.ArgumentException: Encoding name
>> > 'ks_c_5601-1987' not supported Parameter name :name
>> > How do I solve this error?
>> > Otherwise
>> > Would you recommend the easiest distro for begginer of Linux and Mono?
>> > thanks
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