[MonoDevelop] MonoDevelop on RedHat
quandary82 at hailmail.net
Thu Sep 9 14:47:00 EDT 2010
I realize the answer I sent was not very thorough.
I apologize, but I was at work and had no time, plus all the links I
needed were on the Linux computer at home.
What you need are the current stable sources, here:
And a tutorial, here:
In the above tutorial, just substitute 2.4 with 2.6.7 for the current
stable mono version.
On Fedora/RedHat, you will have to substitute apt-get install with yum
install and xy-dev with xy-development, if I remember right. Plus there
is no build-essential there.
I also remember that there was a version of mono & monodevelop in the
Fedora repositories and that I had them installed once, and they were
the newer version than Ubuntu's.
Also check this out before you start:
On 09/09/2010 03:40 PM, Quandary wrote:
> I'd install it from source. If you install it from the repositories,
> you only get an old version, such as in Ubuntu Lucid.
> There's probably a version of the mono C# compiler somewhere in the
> RedHat repositories.
> You need to install the VB.net compiler, too, in case you want to
> develop in VB.NET.
> You'll find the mono-project on github now.
> Am 09.09.2010 00:39, schrieb Vogelman, Julie:
>> Hi, I'd like to install MonoDevelop on RedHat Linux. Should this
>> work, and which operating system should I select on the Download page?
>> Monodevelop-list mailing list
>> Monodevelop-list at lists.ximian.com
On 09/09/2010 12:39 AM, Vogelman, Julie wrote:
> Hi, I'd like to install MonoDevelop on RedHat Linux. Should this work,
> and which operating system should I select on the Download page?
> Monodevelop-list mailing list
> Monodevelop-list at lists.ximian.com
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