[Mono-list] Installing mono on linux

ddowhy ddowhy at gmail.com
Thu Jan 7 14:45:02 EST 2010

I am having trouble figuring out how to install mono on linux.  I am running
Fedora release 7  The platform for which this app will run
on may be something different, like red hat or centos.  

There doesnt seem to be a linux 'package' to download from the downloads
section.  So I am following the directions and downloaded the source
(mod_mono-2.6.tar.bz2, mono-2.6.1.tar.bz2, xsp-2.6.tar.bz2.  Apache is
already installed on the machine.  

I extracted mod_mono-2.6 and ran the command "./configure" and I get this
configure: error: **** apxs was not found, DSO compilation will not be

I found a comment from someone somewhere to run this command instead:
./configure --with-apxs

but when I run that command, I get this errror:
configure: error: yes not found or not executable

and I'm stuck here for a few hours...can't really figure out what to do. 
I'm surprised there isn't a linux package available from the downloads
section that would be easy to install but there is not....sooo I don't
really know what to do.  Can someone help here?

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