[Mono-list] Installing mono to cygwin
monkey at jpobst.com
Tue Nov 27 17:50:48 UTC 2012
Following the Tomboy installation guide, it does not even use Mono on
Windows. It uses .NET and GTK# for .NET.
My guess is you installed Mono instead of GTK# for .NET.
Hope this helps!
On 11/27/2012 11:31 AM, Stifu wrote:
> 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
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