venable.devin at gmail.com
Sat Sep 11 10:17:53 EDT 2010
Will your company let you install anything from the RedHat standard
repositories? Unlike Windows where you must find software on the web,
download, and run and installer program, most everything you will ever need
to run is available in the repositories. This is software that has been
packaged for easy installation on RedHat. Before you start the process of
downloading and installing everything in an ad-hoc fashion, see what is
available in the repositories. It's the best way to go, as stable software
updates are incrementally available to you when you go this route. I'm not
really sure how your company is going to deal with the nature of Linux, as
software gets updated continually. Will they let you install updates? Will
they have to approve each and every one?
On Fri, Sep 10, 2010 at 2:32 PM, Vogelman, Julie <julie.vogelman at lmco.com>wrote:
> Thanks for the responses the other day regarding RedHat.
> So, I’m trying to figure out exactly what I will need for porting my
> Windows C# code to RedHat. Unfortunately, I have to go through a process to
> get it approved by my company, so I can’t just download anything.
> I see a product called MoMA can be used to identify the porting that will
> need to be done before you start the actual port. I assume this is run on
> Windows? Or could it also be run on Linux? Currently, I am in the process of
> requesting Mono for the RedHat machine. But do I also need to be requesting
> MoMA for the Windows machine? Or do you even think MoMA is necessary and/or
> very helpful?
> Thanks again,
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