Can I run a .Net Framework on Linux?
i have just switched from win7 to zorin (Ubuntu) i have been working with an A.I. program called verbot for awhile and my question is, how do i run it and .NET framework on zorin? please help.
Strictly speaking no. But you can use Mono (http://www.mono-project.com),...
Strictly speaking no. But you can use Mono (http://www.mono-project.com), which is an open source implementation of Microsoft's .NET Framework.
sudo apt-get install mono
That should install mono for you....
Once that's done, you should be able to run a .NET app from the command line with "mono appname.exe"
or you could install the regular MS framework in Wine
.net framework is proprietary Windows software and requires the Windows api...
.net framework is proprietary Windows software and requires the Windows api to run. It will not run natively in Linux. To use it you'll have to either use Wine or establish a Windows virtual session with something like Virtual Box or VMware.
The short answer is...
The short answer is
" you do not "
the patented and copyrighted
"Microsoft .NET framework "
runs on Windows OS's
now there is a linux port of C# called "mono"
it is about 4 versions BEHIND the Microsoft .net .
It only just almost works .
if you NEED "Microsoft .NET framework "
run it on a Microsoft Operating System
Hi, You cannot use .NET Framework in Linux but there is an open source...
Hi, You cannot use .NET Framework in Linux but there is an open source implementation of .NET Framework called MONO which has almost the same functionality of the MS .NET.check the following link http://www.mono-project.com . If you are using ubuntu 11.04,11.10 then it will be installed automatically because banshee,tomboy notes etc are written in C# and use the mono framework.
You can use Wine for that purpose. but it only works on .net 2.0 / 3.0, Most...
You can use Wine for that purpose. but it only works on .net 2.0 / 3.0, Most probably, .net 4 is beyond the capacity right now. Ur best bet is for .net support on Linux is MONO. Mono has quite good capacity for much of the .net framework. May be the two references help U !
Mono Getting Start: www.mono-project.com/Start and