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Hi, I have Fedora 14 installed on my laptop. Just wonder can I run C# code from Linux?
Any other requirements?

If so, is there a limit for it? I mean the program's size amd complexity.

Thanks.
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Pretty much everything you ever wanted to know about running C# on Linux:
http://www.mono-project.com/Main_Page
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So do I need install Visual Studio on Linux first? How to?
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no.  Install the Mono packages and you'll be good to go.  great guides on Mono site.
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Okay, I will look at it. But Visual Studio 2010 pro is not free. I just wonder since mono is free, does it really include everything in .Net 4?
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No.  it is not everything.  it is just similar.

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