Ich möchte hier kurz zusammentragen, was der aktuelle Stand zu CentOS ist. Dabei verweise ich auf verschiedene Artikel und Bekanntmachungen als Quellen. Ich gebe meine eigenen Empfehlungen, aber am Ende muss jeder selber entscheiden, welchen Weg er selber geht.
The status of Mono in Fedora is sad. We cannot upgrade to the latest Mono versions because we require binary reference assemblies for the build, as described in https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1436896#c91 My hope is that when .NET Core and msbuild become part
I was asked if there are mono packages available for CentOS7 32 bit. CentOS7 was initially only released for 64 bit, but in October 2015, it was released for 32 bit as well: http://seven.centos.org/2015/10/centos-linux-7-32-bit-x86-i386-architecture-released/ So I checked my build options: OBS
As you may have noticed, the Mono packages provided by Xamarin won’t work on CentOS5, because some libraries are too old. Yesterday, I realized that my Mono build for CentOS5 was still on version 3.12.1. So I updated my Mono packages
This is an updated version of the post Install OpenPetra.Now 2014-05 on CentOS5. Now we are installing on CentOS6, and using my own LBS repository. OpenPetra.Now is now using the unmodified Mono-opt packages. OpenPetra.Now is a tagged revision of the official
OpenPetra.Now is a tagged revision of the official OpenPetra, plus some patches which have not made it into the official OpenPetra yet. This includes a replacement of .Net remoting with https webservices, and a plugin system. For an installation which
Sometimes it is just quicker to test the building of a CentOS package locally, than to wait for the OBS server to build it. You also get a chance to search the BUILD directory for files that you might be