Perfect! That was the exact problem! I forgot I first tried Mono through Fink. I think that's been giving me problems in various ways for a while.<br><br>I just successfully invoked ikvm from the command line and I believe I can get moving on my project now.<br><br>Thanks, everyone, for all your help!<br><br>Chris<br><br><b><i>Geoff Norton &lt;gnorton@novell.com&gt;</i></b> wrote:<blockquote class="replbq" style="border-left: 2px solid rgb(16, 16, 255); margin-left: 5px; padding-left: 5px;"> You have installed mono from us and from fink.<br><br>Remove the one from fink.  Its ancient and breaks things because of how<br>they add things to path.<br><br>-g<br><br>On Thu, 2008-05-22 at 19:09 -0700, christopher hord wrote:<br>&gt; Andreas,<br>&gt; <br>&gt; I spoke too soon! Your suggestion was a great hel, thanks! I was<br>&gt; symlinking the wrong file. Once I realized my mistake, I made some new<br>&gt; symlinks and the terminal recognizes ikvm to my great relief!<br>&gt;
 <br>&gt; However, I am getting the following error message:<br>&gt; <br>&gt; Corlib not in sync with this runtime: expected corlib version 65,<br>&gt; found 54.<br>&gt; Loaded from: /sw/lib/mono/1.0/mscorlib.dll<br>&gt; Download a newer corlib or a newer runtime at<br>&gt; http://www.go-mono.com/daily.<br>&gt; <br>&gt; I have had issues such as this in the past but had figured it wouldn't<br>&gt; be a problem when this was all part of the same download. I will try<br>&gt; to get the newest version of the whole package to see if this resolves<br>&gt; any issues (unless anyone has better suggestions?)!<br>&gt; <br>&gt; Anyway, thanks all, for your assistance.<br>&gt; <br>&gt; Chris<br>&gt; <br>&gt; Andreas Färber <andreas.faerber@web.de> wrote:<br>&gt;         Christopher,<br>&gt;         <br>&gt;         Am 21.05.2008 um 01:39 schrieb christopher hord:<br>&gt;         <br>&gt;         &gt; I get the response:<br>&gt;         &gt;<br>&gt;         &gt;
 /Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/Versions/1.9.1/bin/ikvm<br>&gt;         &gt; /Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/Versions/1.9.1/bin/ikvmc<br>&gt;         &gt; /Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/Versions/1.9.1/bin/ikvmstub<br>&gt;         &gt; /Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/Versions/1.9.1/lib/ikvm<br>&gt;         &gt; /Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/Versions/1.9.1/lib/ikvm/ikvm- <br>&gt;         &gt; native.dll<br>&gt;         &gt; /Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/Versions/1.9.1/lib/ikvm/ikvm.exe<br>&gt;         &gt; /Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/Versions/1.9.1/lib/ikvm/ikvmc.exe<br>&gt;         &gt; /Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/Versions/1.9.1/lib/ikvm/ <br>&gt;         &gt; ikvmstub.exe<br>&gt;         &gt; /Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/Versions/1.9.1/lib/libikvm-native.a<br>&gt;         &gt; /Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/Versions/1.9.1/lib/libikvm- <br>&gt;         &gt; native.dylib<br>&gt;         &gt;
 /Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/Versions/1.9.1/lib/libikvm- <br>&gt;         &gt; native.la<br>&gt;         &gt; /Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/Versions/1.9.1/lib/mono/ikvm<br>&gt;         &gt; /Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/Versions/1.9.1/share/pkgconfig/ <br>&gt;         &gt; ikvm.pc<br>&gt;         &gt;<br>&gt;         &gt; Encouraged by that, I decided maybe I was going about it<br>&gt;         wrong, <br>&gt;         &gt; since ikvm might always expect a classname to follow. I<br>&gt;         whipped up a <br>&gt;         &gt; quick "hello world", compiled a class and put that class<br>&gt;         into the <br>&gt;         &gt; ikvm folder (so I knew everything should be found, because<br>&gt;         all the <br>&gt;         &gt; files were in the same directory).<br>&gt;         <br>&gt;         I can execute ikvm on 1.9.1_3 on Intel, the executable is<br>&gt;         symlinked <br>&gt;         in /usr/bin. You can execute it without arguments and get
 a<br>&gt;         help <br>&gt;         screen. You shouldn't need to put your files in any special<br>&gt;         folder.<br>&gt;         <br>&gt;         Check whether there is such a symlink on your system ("ls<br>&gt;         -l /usr/bin/ <br>&gt;         ikvm") and whether /usr/bin is in your $PATH ("echo $PATH").<br>&gt;         <br>&gt;         &gt; I navigated to that directory and entered "ikvm" classname<br>&gt;         from the <br>&gt;         &gt; terminal. Still got "-bash: ikvm: command not found...."<br>&gt;         <br>&gt;         To execute it from the current directory you need to enter<br>&gt;         "./ikvm" <br>&gt;         instead.<br>&gt;         <br>&gt;         Andreas<br>&gt; <br><br></andreas.faerber@web.de></blockquote><br>