[Mono-list] apt-get equivalent on Red Hat
Manuel de la Pena
etil15 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 4 14:45:11 EDT 2007
I believe you should be usegin yum, it works preaty much like apt.
On 4 Jun 2007, at 19:41, Abe Gillespie wrote:
> I thought RPM only had the capability of installing already-downloaded
> RPM packages. I was hoping more of something were I just mark the
> various packages I need and it goes out to the central repository,
> downloads them all, and installs. I don't really want to download and
> maintain a bunch of different RPMs myself.
> On 6/4/07, Martin Trejo <chilli.coder at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Abe,
>> From the subject, the option in RH is rpm system and the rpm
>> command. Not a
>> 2007/6/2, Abe Gillespie <abe.gillespie at gmail.com >:
>>> I'm use to using Debian-based distros (mostly Ubuntu). I just
>>> recently setup a hosted account at eApps and would like to get Mono
>>> running. I have root access to my virtual server so installing
>>> whatever I want is no problem.
>>> I'd like to avoid installing all the various dependency libraries by
>>> hand (enter apt-get-like app) and typically install Mono via source.
>> Then you should setup a compiling environment (subversion client,
>> autotools, etc) and follow the instructions at
>> http://www.mono-project.com/Compiling_Mono and optionally
>>> Thanks for the help.
>> Hope it really helps! Any doubt please ask.
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>> Martín Trejo Chávez
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