[mono-vb] how to run application developed in vb6 in windows xp2 operating system on linux
stifu at free.fr
Tue Mar 31 09:35:50 EDT 2009
It's unlikely everything in your app makes Mono crash, it must be something
specific... Ideally, you should try to nail it down and file a bug report.
By the way, are you using a recent Mono version? If you're using an old one,
you're bound to stumble on bugs that have already been fixed.
> I have ported my VB6 application to VB.Net, but with mono there are a lot
> of crashes!
> VB6+wine was working better.
> Rolf Bjarne Kvinge-2 wrote:
>>> With wine it is easy to run VB6 applications, it is also possible to
>>> install Visual Studio6. It is quite difficult to install ODBC or OLEDB,
>>> need to copy and register a lot of DLLs from an existing
>> If you need to run a VB6 application on Linux I don't know any other way
>> than to try with wine [*]
>>> I have hada lot of problems with running a VB9.Net2.0 application, even
>> though I
>>> converted my database form mdb to SQLite.
>> To run VB.Net applications you can use mono (see www.mono-project.com for
>> binaries, or check with your distribution).
>> *) You can also try to upgrade your VB6 application to VB.Net.
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