[MonoDevelop] Unsupported Project Type Error

Magic Speller 5ec9-x34v at xemaps.com
Mon Feb 2 22:21:03 EST 2009

Hi, Andrea.

Andreia Gaita wrote:
> Google is usually your friend when it comes to these types of errors,

Thanks for the reminder. :-)
I usually do search Google. It's even a big part of my job description at
work. I don't know why I didn't think of it in this case.

In any case, edit the file /etc/apt/sources.list (with a root
> account) and look for lines starting with "deb http". There's usually
> an identical line following it with the only difference being that it
> starts with deb-src - these are usually commented (they start with #),
> so uncomment these deb-src lines. Then do sudo apt-get update and then
> you can do the build-dep command.

OK, we're making some progress, but not there yet. I did  this, and "sudo
apt-get build-dep mono-2-0-devel" gave me another error:

Unable to find a source package for mono-2-0-devel

This time I did do a Google search. I got just 10 hits and they didn't solve
the problem for me. (They may have done so for a more experienced user.)

Since 2.2 is out now, should this be mono-2-2-devel? Is it looking online
for the source or on my local machine?

Do I need to add an additional repository to sources.list? If so, what?

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