Sinister Midget wrote:
> On 2009-01-21, Terry Porter <linux-2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> claimed:
>> Miguel de Icaza wrote:
>>> I suspect you did not even try to install it, did you?
>>> Moonlight is installed as Firefox plugin and we test this on all sorts
>>> of Unix systems (Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora and SUSE) and it works like
>>> 1. Click on download from www.go-mono.com/download (we auto-detect
>> Not Found
>> The requested URL /download was not found on this server.
>> Apache/2 Server at www.go-mono.com Port 80
> You weren't supposed to *try* it!
Always pays to check for validity :)
> But I _did_ find the download link. Despite my using a version of
> Ubuntu right now, it doesn't know what I have. But I can go to the
> "unsupported downloads" section, where I'm told how to pollute my
> sources.list with mono (which also happens to be the nickname for a
> disease; coincidence?) if they aren't already polluted.
> Which reminds me. Time to change distros again:
> Official Packages
> Mono is available in all Ubuntu releases, and installed by default.
> To develop software with Mono, install the mono-devel package on
> Dapper (6.06), Gutsy (7.10) or Jaunty (9.04), by pasting the line
> below into your browser address bar (or using synaptic):
> I don't think so. I choose to remain Microslop-free.
>>> your platform, so you do not need to do anything).
>>> 2. Click "Install" when you are prompted for install or cancel
>>> 3. Restart the browser.
>>> The experience is *identical* for all the systems.
>> And not available for Gentoo via the released packages.
>> gronk1 mnt # emerge -s moonlight
>> [ Results for search key : moonlight ]
>> [ Applications found : 0 ]
> Why would you want it anyway?
I *don't*. I was only checking to see if it was available for Gentoo, but it
If it was, I would have installed it to see if it installed easily as
claimed, then uninstalled it.
> It's not like there aren't other, safer
> methods to view content.
Absolutely, besides I don't trust Novel post their Microsoft deal.
If we wish to reduce our ignorance, there are people we will
indeed listen to. Trolls are not among those people, as trolls, more or
less by definition, *promote* ignorance.
Kelsey Bjarnason, C.O.L.A. 2008