[MonoDevelop] monodevelop dosn't load

Ian Norton inb at ncipher.com
Mon Jun 8 03:11:27 EDT 2009

On Sun, 2009-06-07 at 03:27 +0100, srodgers wrote:
> I installed monodevelop from my distros package manger, and tried compiling
> from source, both installed fine, but now when I try and run it. The splash
> screen comes up but then nothing happens. It uses 100% of my cpu and eats up
> all my ram, nothing is displayed in the console, and the splash screen stays
> loading at 0%. I've tried looking at the debug output but didn't see
> anything helpful. I've also tried installing it on a different linux distro
> with the same result. Any ideas on what could be wrong?

Try and rename or remove your ~/.mono folder.  You may also find that
one of the add-ons for MD is the problem, but it is hard to guess which
one. I had to blow away the boo addins when building from svn a few
weeks ago.

In your source build, does 'make run' work for you?



Ian Norton
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