[MonoDevelop] How to run .net applications (ubuntu 10.04)
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Tue Aug 3 08:15:28 EDT 2010
The thing to be careful of is having both .Net EXEs that you want to
run with Mono and standard EXEs that you want to run with Wine. One or
the other will become the default (I found Wine won as they were all
considered to be "ms-windows/executable" or similar) but Wine won't
run Mono EXEs and Mono won't run Wine EXEs.
If you do want to use both .Net and 'standard' EXEs on one machine
then you'll have to have one that works with the default association
and one that always has to be opened with a right-click > Open With.
On 3 August 2010 11:20, Stifu <stifu at free.fr> wrote:
> Right click the exe, "Open with application..." (or something), then select
> "mono" (or type it, if not available). Once you've done that, the option
> "Open with mono" should stick and stay available in the context menu.
> Noitora wrote:
>> Hello, sorry if this may sound stupid but I couldn't find any info for my
>> problem on google. I'm using Ubuntu 10.04 and have mono 2.4.4 installed.
>> How can I run .net exe applications from the file explorer?
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