[MonoDevelop] MonoDevelop 2.6 Beta 1 released

phejl phejl at lednice.org
Wed Mar 16 07:32:03 EDT 2011

Good day,

sorry, I am a beginner in Mono and Monodevelop.
I need to run a simple C# and .NET program to download and parse WWW pages.

I have already installed:
Mono: 2.6.7, 2.8.1, 2.10.1
Monodevelop: 2.4 and 2.5.90
on Windows and Linux (Ubuntu).

I am using the program NX - Noname for access from Windows to Ubuntu.

I have following problems:

1. Monodevelop on Ubuntu, how to run the version 2.5.90 or 2.6?
The Ubuntu Software Center installs only Monodevelop 2.4.
How to install Monodevelop 2.5.90 or 2.6 using Ubuntu Software Center?
or, alternativly:
I have installed the Monodevelop 2.5.90 into the directory /opt outside (not
using) Ubuntu Software Center.
How to tell to the program NX or to the Ubuntu Software Center, that the
version 2.5.90 exsists in File System so that I can run it using NX or
Ubuntu Software Center?

2. Monodevelop on Windows, always uses Microsoft .NET 
Even if I change the default .NET Runtimes to Mono, it tells me in the same
window below, that "MonoDevelop is currently running on Microsoft .NET".
I build the program on Windows, move it to Linux and run run the program
using "mono program".
I tells me: "The class System.Windows.Forms.WebBrowser could not be loaded.
So there is probably used the Microsoft .NET Runtime instead of Mono runtime
in the program.

3. Monodevelop on Ubuntu, can not change .NET Runtimes
There is the old version Mono 2.6.7 by default. I try to change it.
When I click on Edit,Preferences,.NET Runtimes,Add, File System, opt,
mono-2.10.1, Open, it tells me:
"Mono runtime not found, please provide a valid directory prefix where mono
is installed."
The same, when I write into the field above directly the address
/opt/mono-2.10.1 and after click at Open.

Please help, if possible.


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