[Mono-list] running NET .exe under Linux

Stifu stifu at free.fr
Wed Jan 26 06:25:40 EST 2011

Depending on your distro (not familiar with Puppy Linux), you may define Mono
as the default app to open exe files. You may also right click the file and
select to open it with Mono.

Dunno about your printer app, but it would need to be 100% managed in order
to work with Mono. Scanned it with MoMA?

johnnyBoy wrote:
> I'm trying to run mono under puppyLinux and wondering if i'm wasting my
> time.
> If mono has been installed correctly and I want to run a .NET binary, is
> it simply a case of clicking on the .exe file to run it?Or must it always
> be run from a terminal with the mono command?
> If I install a printer application that uses .NET under Windows,what
> software do I need?WINE does not support .NET or mono..
> Cheers,
> Johann

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