[Mono-list] Installing mono to cygwin

Stifu stifu at free.fr
Tue Nov 27 17:31:33 UTC 2012

That sounds too complicated and twisted, especially if you're trying to get
people to use the app. If Tomboy has to be fixed, then you should get in
touch with one of the maintainers.

I found this related 4-year old article:

apollothethird wrote
> I'm not totally sure what you mean.  If you mean what I think you mean,
> that was what I tried first.  I'll explain my objective.
> I'm trying to use Tomboy notes on a Windows machine.  I discovered Tomboy
> notes with my Linux machine... Linux of which I personally run exclusive. 
> Now what I'm trying to introduce this jewel to my friends, family, and
> associates who I haven't converted to Linux yet.  In this effort I
> installed Windows on a support machine of which I'm trying to get Tomboy
> notes functioning.
> I spent two weeks trying to get Tomboy to install on Windows 7.  I
> couldn't get past the error message of the Tomboy installer not
> recognizing mono is installed, even though I have installed it numerous
> times and added the bin directory to the OS' path in such that "mono"
> brings up the help screen from any window.  So I have installed almost
> 2gigs of Cygwin to try to get Tomboy working this way.  Thus I'm at the
> point of trying to get the Mono dependency installed.  I'm only on Cygwin
> for two days.  I appear to be making progress faster here with Cygwin than
> I was making on Windows.
> -- L. James
> -- 
> L. D. James
> ljames at apollo3.com
> www.apollo3.com/~ljames

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