[Mono-list] Mono Installation on Ubuntu 14.04

jonesypeter jonesypeter at hotmail.com
Sat Sep 13 17:33:27 UTC 2014

Hi Edward,

Thanks for the reply.

>From a beginners point of view my only comment would be that the install page says run through the basic hello world examples to verify Mono is working correctly. 


The package mono-complete should be installed to install everything - this should cover most cases of “assembly not found” errors.


After the installation completed successfully, it’s a good idea to run through the basic hello world examples on this page to verify Mono is working correctly.

Date: Sat, 13 Sep 2014 07:14:07 -0700
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> Should the mono-complete have installed gtk-sharp-2.0?

No.  If you write an application such as GTK#Hello which requires GTK# and you distribute a rpm or deb, then your rpm or deb should depend on gtk-sharp.  But GTK# is not part of mono.  It's a graphics library.  The reason you need it is because you wrote a graphics application.


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