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I'm wondering if you folks could steer me toward some Window's Dev IDE tools for ASP.Net and or C Sharp? Is there a good site for finding IDE's for Ubuntu? I've not totally installed yet, just looked at it and have been impressed running of DVD in my DVD Drive.

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MonoDevelop is an opensource IDE for doing cross platform development c#. It also works with

It is available from the ubuntu software centre:

Install via the software center

Alternatively if your the command line loving type:

sudo apt-get install monodevelop
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Yes you can use mono IDE for windows development. It will let you program .net development too

From this link you can download and install it

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I wouldn't try and get it from that download link, when it is included in the ubuntu software center already. – trampster Sep 5 '13 at 3:57

You can try installing WINE program.

sudo apt-get install wine

Then try installing the .exe file of visual studio as you do it in windows...

I hope it works.

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Trying to use Visual Studio through wine is not a good idea. Trust me. Better to use Mono Develop which is a native linux application. – trampster Sep 5 '13 at 3:59

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