[Mono-list] Problems with mkbundle and generating a single executable file

Christopher David Howie me at chrishowie.com
Fri Jun 4 09:12:51 EDT 2010

On 06/04/2010 03:54 AM, Extreme Developer wrote:
> I have written a program in C# and after a lot of efforts I could make
> it compatible with mono and now I can run it on Linux without any
> problem but the problem is that I need to run my software on a cluster
> which is not located at my university so this might be impossible that I
> have access to mono on that system. What I need to do is to run my C#
> program on Linux but as a single executable file without calling mono
> simultaneously.

Just as a side note, be aware that this create an architecture-dependent
binary, so if the cluster cannot run binaries of your system's
architecture, mkbundle will not help you much.

Chris Howie

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