[MonoDevelop] Install Mono-Develop
Thu, 18 Mar 2004 14:28:39 -0500
On Thu, 2004-03-18 at 17:08 +0000, email@example.com wrote:
> I'm new here, but i'm .NET develop for a while.
> I have a Mandrake 9.2 and i use eiher KDE and Gnome.
> When i make ./configure in Mono-Develop source directory, at the end i get:
> Configuration summary
> * Installation prefix = /usr/local
> * GNOME prefix =
> * gnomevfs 2.0: no
> * gtk-sharp 0.17: no
> * gtkmozembed 1.2: no
> * gtksourceview 0.7: no
> * gtksourceview-sharp 0.1: no
> * mono 0.30: yes
> NOTE: if any of the above say 'no' you may install the
> corresponding development packages for them, and
> rerun autogen.sh. If you are sure the proper
> libraries are installed, use PKG_CONFIG_PATH to
> point to their .pc files
> when i try to install the first thing at the list (gnomevfs) i cannot get
> any RPM to do that, and the source code give error in libbonobo-2.0, and
> this a connot install to.
> Please any one can help me
> I've try to install the Gnome envoirment with no sucess.
> What do i have to do to make Mono-Develop Working?
You need to either install the source packages of the required versions
or the -devel versions of each rpm. Doesn't mandrake have a tool
(URPMI?) that will automatically download and install those for you? At
least the base gnome packages...