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How-to: Setting up Mono on Mac OS X, Part Three

Part 3 of a series; see Part Two here Continued from Part Two The actual problem, and its solution After spending way too much time on a wild goose chase, it finally occurred to me to do what I should have done in the first place: hit the Mono website harder for a solution. I […]

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How-to: Setting up Mono on Mac OS X, Part Two

Part 2 of a series; see Part One here Continued from Part One: At this point, follow the same process to install the CSDK, starting with the .dmg file, which is named in the same pattern. In my case, it was named: monoframework-csdk-2.6.1_1.macos10.novell.ppc.dmg. double-click it, double-click the resulting  drive icon, double-click the .pkg file…you know […]

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How-to: Setting up Mono on Mac OS X, Part One

I was recently bequeathed a somewhat older, PowerPC-based G5 Mac running OS X 10.4.11. Being a .Net programmer, one of the first things I thought of, spurred by memories of a code magazine article from the May-June 2009 issue, was to install Mono, the project that allows .Net code to run of various flavors of […]

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