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Old 1st October 2007, 02:56 AM
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mono Novell vs mono Fedora

My server is currently still languishing on FC5 which I've been meaning to get around to updating. A while back I set it up with the mono repository from go-mono.com. This installed Novell packages for mono.

Since installing F7 on my laptop I noticed mono is included in the Fedora distribution.

My question is, when I upgrade the server to F7, will I run into problems, and is it better to be using the Fedora distribution packages or the Novell ones?

I guess I can just uninstall mono from the server before the upgrade, and remove the mono repository from yum.repos..d. Might be an issue with apache as I had mod_mono on there.
Server: Fedora 8. AMD K6-2 400Mhz. ALi chipset. 512mb ram. ATA Maxtor 91080D5 10GB. ATA Seagate ST3250824A 250GB. HP CD-Writer+ 7200. 3Dlabs Permedia 2 graphics. APC UPS.
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