Re: upgrade mono on ubuntu

On Fri, 2005-04-01 at 10:43 -0600, Shane Bishop wrote:
> Ok, this is probably going to earn me the "Stupid Question of the Year" 
> award, but here goes.
> I'm running ubuntu (Hoary), and mono is stuck at 1.0.5. I can't compile 
> anything from cvs, and I'm sure the obvious response is "upgrade mono".
> I get this message (or something similar) when compiling blam or tomboy 
> (in case it matters):
> ** ERROR **: file domain.c: line 617 (mono_init_internal): assertion 
> failed: (mono_defaults.runtimesecurityframe_class != 0)

You are (most probably) getting this error because Mono 1.1 is loading
the mscorlib.dll from version 1.0.

Be sure to remove (safer to rename first ;-) the mscorlib.dll from the
previous Mono 1.0.x installation.

> So I downloaded the source packages for mono, libgdiplus, and cairo, and 
> compiled them. The question is this:
> How do I know if it is using the updated packages, or if it is still 
> trying to use the old ones that synaptic installed?
> And if it isn't using the updated ones, how can I update my hoary 
> install with the latest mono version?
> Thanks,
> Shane
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Sebastien Pouliot  <sebastien ximian com>

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