.Net Implementation on Fedora Core 5

Posted on 2006-05-15
Last Modified: 2013-12-16
I have just installed Fedora Core 5..Now i want to configure  Microsoft .Net Support on it.

Can any one tell me which libraries or rpm packages i need for setting up the .Net on Fedora 5
Question by:Muhamamd Ameer
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    You'll need to get mono for that.
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    by:Muhamamd Ameer
    Thanks Rindi for replying .. But i already downloaded its RPM and even its installer all i need is i dont know how to configure the rpm or tar files in order to run the .NET applications..
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    Did you follow the instructions on the mono page?

    Or if you downloaded the source then unpack the tar or whatever it is in and then look for a readme or other docs in the unpacked folder.
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    Your using FC5, I'm on RHEL3. Although not quite the same, they are both similar enough for you to copy what I did:

    1.   Downloaded the rpms.

    2.   gunzipped the rpms:

    3.   Installed rpms:

          rpm -ivh  <rpm1> <rpm2> <rpm3> etc

    I needed to download a number of the dependencies and installed those rpms.

    If you have problems with the above, then you will probably find it easier to download the Linux Installer for x86:

    and there is an excellent set of instructions to follow with this approach:

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    If you've successfully installed, then you need to read the information here:

    or the getting started here:

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