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Before: proc.Start() Add a handler method. For example: process.OutputDataReceived += (sender, a) => Console.WriteLine(a.Data); and replace this line: ret = proc.StandardOutput.ReadToEnd() with this: process.BeginOutputReadLine(); As an alternative you might also simply try adding only process.BeginOutputReadLine() after ret = ...


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You need to install wine-mono package, and run it with wine. sudo apt-get install wine-mono wine ./Setup.exe Unless you're developing C# app with GNU/Linux, you'd better to stay away of the mono app. There's too many cases where plain mono wouldn't work, while the wine does. Often this is caused by .net app usage of some native Windows libraries instead ...


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Thanks to a comment to my question by xangua, I saw I had added a PPA that was not meant for Ubuntu. If you follow their instructions at http://www.mono-project.com/docs/getting-started/install/linux/#debian-ubuntu-and-derivatives, be sure to not accidentally add the libgdiplus PPA.


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Install mono-apache-server4 instead of mono-apache-server with libapache2-mod-mono So, try: apt-get install libapache2-mod-mono mono-apache-server4


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Have you tried the command $ update-icon-caches ? That might be the one you need.


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At the terminal command prompt type: $ unity This will update your *.desktop icons in the Launcher. If the problem is not the Ubuntu Launcher but the application itself take a look http://stackoverflow.com for programming resolutions. A similar issue to this is answered at ...


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I fixed it on my end by calling the application without arguments. Using terminal navigate to /usr/share/applications by typing cd /usr/share/applications next use your favorite text editor I like vim, sudo vim keepass2.desktop after this edit the line that says Exec= it should invoke the program without arguments. Exec=keepass2 save and quit ...



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