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I had a similar problem on 12.04, and this is what i did: sudo apt-get install mono-complete and then mono /path/to/file.exe that's it!
You can program in .NET on ubuntu too. Well, sort of. There is an open source implementation of the .NET platform available called MONO. MONO apps can run on Ubuntu/Linux, Windows and Mac OS. Look for MonoDevelop in Ubuntu Software Center. Learn more about Mono in Ubuntu. Another option is Quickly. In my opinion Quickly is better for Ubuntu centric app ...
Try this sudo apt-get install mono-complete
try installing mono for windows or try .NET for windows with winetricks. In a shell try: winetricks dotnet20 and winetricks mono28
To install mono sudo apt-get install mono-complete Silverlight is not available on Linux, but you can try alternatives such as Pipelight http://www.webupd8.org/2013/08/pipelight-use-silverlight-in-your-linux.html
10.04 First Things First: The list of applications that will be removed if you remove Mono: Tomboy gBrainy (I'm not sure if an alternative exists) Docky Gnome Do Banshee F-Spot Alternative Applications: Tomboy alternative: GNote : sudo apt-get install gnote Docky alternatives: Avant Window Navigator : sudo apt-get install avant-window-navigator ...
What you are looking for is Mono, which is, quoting from the project's website: An open source, cross-platform, implementation of C# and the CLR that is binary compatible with Microsoft.NET Mono also comes with an Integrated Development Environment (IDE): MonoDevelop. Both softwares are packaged for Ubuntu. Mono MonoDevelop This last package ...
Successfully running a program requires that three things match: CPU instruction set (Eg. x86 in your PC, ARM in your mobile phone, PowerPC in some Apple Macs, Java bytecode for Java Applets, CLI for ".Net"/Mono applications) Binary File Format (Eg. PE/COFF ".exe" for Microsoft Windows, .jar for Java Applets, PE32 ".exe", ELF on Unix/Linux) Application ...
Some people believe that Microsoft holds software patents over aspects of .NET, and that as an implementation of .NET, Mono violates those patents. Thus these people feel that using Mono could leave one open to patent lawsuits. I suppose Mono is so controversial because patent law in general is controversial. But then there are specific instances where ...
Yes you can use mono For a nice IDE to work in try monodevelop sudo apt-get install monodevelop This will also pull in all the necessary runtimes needed.
Download and install the mono-parallel 2.10 deb package. After installing the deb file paste this in the terminal (Ctrl + Alt + T) source mono-2.10-environment After this your terminal will look like [mono] /var/dev/mono @ Source
Use MonoDevelop but beware of the quirks of X-platform .NET development First, install mono by either finding it in the Software Centre or typing sudo apt-get install monodevelop mono-vbnc MonoDevelop is pretty equivalent to Visual Studio Express the major differences being: MonoDevelop doesn't support WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) but that ...
Quickly can help you make cool apps using Python (pretty easy to learn and very popular) quickly!
12.04 For Ubuntu 12.04 if you want to remove the complete mono packages you need to remove mono-runtime sudo apt-get purge mono-runtime This is the base package and should recursively remove all packages which need it
you can also install the compiler for the versions sudo apt-get install mono-gmcs
The short answer: .NET is Microsoft's answer to Java, and Mono is an open source implementation of it. Wine is for native exes and has nothing to do with Mono except that you can maybe run the .NET runtime with it, like any other native Windows software. The long answer: To understand the difference between Wine and Mono(and .NET) you must understand ...
In my case, I found that installing mono-complete did not allow my application (CloudBerry Explorer) to function, as it was looking for configuration files that running via Mono did not properly find. I'm running on a x64 system, which .NET 2.0 won't install on (see http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=3754), so I found that I ...
Create a startup script. Open a plain text editor, add this: #!/bin/bash mono foo.exe & Depending on your setup, you may need to use the full path for foo.exe. Save the file for example as foo.sh. Make it executable: sudo chmod a+x foo.sh You should now be able to start foo.exe by double-clicking foo.sh.
Overview Mono provides the core compatibility API for the .Net framework. The version in Natty (v2.6.7) has support for both Visual Basic & C# version 2,3 & partial API support for v4. This also includes a VB .Net compiler & the runtime compiler. The other members of the family, j# and f# are not supported in terms of development. ...
I just checked my installation of 13.04, and Mono is not installed. To install Mono, this will install Mono Run-time, just press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open Terminal. When it opens, run the command(s) below: sudo apt-get install mono-runtime If mono Develop is what you're after, then sudo apt-get install monodevelop Mono focuses on compilers ...
I don't have the codebase for Ask Ubuntu so I can't really say if there's anything particularly platform specific that would cause a blocker but in answer to can you migrate it, the answer is probably yes. You have to keep in mind that the platform that ASP.NET websites sit on are more than a magical ASP.NET binary: ASP.NET can largely be replaced by ...
Mono 2.8 is not available in a PPA. But someone made a script to automatically download, compile and install Mono 2.8 from source. That makes it a little bit easier.
First things first, note this very noticeable warning: ------------------------------------------------------ You are using a 64-bit WINEPREFIX. If you encounter problems, please retest in a clean 32-bit WINEPREFIX before reporting a bug. ------------------------------------------------------ This indicates you need to create a 32bit Wineprefix, as Wine ...
mono-complete package in Ubuntu Trusty is version 3.2.8+dfsg-4ubuntu1. http://packages.ubuntu.com/mono-complete All the packages has the same version number.
This command will get the public key for the repo : gpg --keyserver pgpkeys.mit.edu --recv-key C90F9CB90E1FAD0C && gpg --export --armor C90F9CB90E1FAD0C | sudo apt-key add - It works for any repository, you just have to replace the public key number in the command with the one from the error message.
The Vala language is a programming language very similar to C#. It is still very young, but already has a lot of bindings to existing libraries (for example, GTK). It compiles to native binaries, so your users don't need an additional runtime, as they would for .NET. See an introduction to Vala for C# programmers.
The place to go for a mono PPA is http://badgerports.org/ unfortunately it could be months before it will have mono 2.8 Novell do not believe it is their responsibility to provide mono packages for ubuntu so the effort has to come from the community. Jo Shields maintains both the official packages and the badgerports PPA. He said it could be months before ...
The mono compiler package is mono-gmcs, if you need the entire mono stack, install the package mono-complete .
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