Last week I switched from Windows 8 to Ubuntu 14.04 because Win 8 was constantly freezing my machine and is a shitty Operating system for the desktop.
So now was the time to play a bit more with mono and monodevelop.
Here are my steps to get it working.
Some of it I got from here and some from http://superuser.com/questions/309168/error-visual-basic-net-compiler-not-found-mono-2-6-7-first-mononet-app.
sudo apt-get install git automake gnome-sharp2 mono-xsp4 git clone https://github.com/mono/monodevelop.git cd monodevelop sudo apt-get install libglade2.0-cil-dev sudo apt-get install monodoc-base sudo apt-get install monodevelop mono-vbnc ./configure -–profile=stable sudo make
And when all that is done. You can.
sudo make run
Now you can create a new consoleapplication.
And see the magic happen when we click the run button.
And now you are wondering where your output is.
So was I.
I was stumped.
But not to worry it is there in the bash window which you used to do make run.
All’s well that ends well.