[MonoDevelop] Running problems.

Buddy Lindsey percent20 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 31 09:05:29 EST 2005

Ok, I since there are several mozilla products i wasn't sure.

I didn't/ don't have mozilla installed I ran into a lot of dependency issues
so I just untared the file and set MOZILLA_FIVE_HOME to it.

Now next question I usually have to run export
MOZILLA_HOME_FIVE="/path/to/Mozilla" just before running monodevelop. Is
there a way i can permanently set it?

Sorry for asking but I am still fairly new to linux I am learning a lot, but
environment variables is one thing i have avoided and it looks like it is
time to start learning them.


Buddy Lindsey

On 10/31/05, Lluis Sanchez <lluis at ximian.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> > Ok, I installed Monodevelop from source and when i try to run it it
> > acts like it wants to start then just stops.
> >
> > Once this happened I tried to start it from command line and here is
> > the error it gives me.
> >
> > which: no mozilla in (/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/X11R6/bin:/opt/bin)
> > Cannot find mozilla installation directory. Please set
> > MOZILLA_FIVE_HOME to your mozilla directory.
> >
> > What is this refereing to. Any help would be great.
> I think the error message is clear: MD can't find the mozilla
> installation directory. Do you have it installed? if you have installed
> it in a non-standard directory, you should set the MOZILLA_FIVE_HOME env
> var to that dir, so MD can find it.
> > I really want to start using Monodevelop because I see a lot of
> > potnetial in it and might want to help develop for it.
> It would be awesome if you can help ;-)
> Lluis.
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