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answered Can I prevent a file from being created?
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revised Unable to install Mono 2.6 on CentOS
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comment Unable to install Mono 2.6 on CentOS
thanks for the help aaron but please read up
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comment Unable to install Mono 2.6 on CentOS
thank you I'll take a look I'd love to tell you how I got on but sadly I won't be able to because I won't be part of this forum any more
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comment Unable to install Mono 2.6 on CentOS
This does seem to help, but I had to install gtk2-devel first (yum install gtk2-devel)
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comment Unable to install Mono 2.6 on CentOS
I get 1/3rd of the way down the list and then it says "Package glib-2.0 was not found in the pkg-config search path". Same with gthread-2.0
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asked Unable to install Mono 2.6 on CentOS
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comment Having Linux port remap to itself
# iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --dport 2241 -j REDIRECT --to-port 22 # iptables-save > /root/dsl.fw OPENSUSE # echo "iptables-restore < /root/dsl.fw" >> /etc/init.d/boot.local CENTOS RHEL # echo "iptables-restore < /root/dsl.fw" >> /etc/rc.local
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comment Having Linux port remap to itself
I have "fixed it" I was using openSUSE. ok check the answer
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comment Having Linux port remap to itself
this is an excellent solution, but it'll need to be stored so it preserves on reboot