How do I start a MonoDevelop software program as a system service on Windows, Linux, and Mac? Windows appears to not have a system service setting. I have a WCF service that essentially runs from command line. Even if I have to run from command line, I will need to be able to start the command line server on startup. Apologies for the weird tech, all you have to do is compile MonoDevelop for windows as per the instructions, and when you have a good WCF service you need to remember to set up the project as conventional command line …

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Hello everyone! My name is Ainis, I am 15 years old. I want to announce that I am starting a new project called "Learning Programming In 2 Years". I got inspired by LethalFrag who just completed his 2 Year Livestream. Main goal of this is to show people how hard and how easy it is to learn programming. To understand what problems you can encourage while you are learning and it should be really fun and interesting to follow my progress and help me to move forward. I am going to be programming with C#, later going to jump to …

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Hey there community. So I installed the latest version of MonoDevelop (on Arch Linux), and I wrote a "hello word" program to test if it installed alright. Building it, MonoDevelop says it builds successfully. However if i try to run it (with and without debugging), I get this error message: Cannot open assembly '/home/anark10n/MonoDevelop/Projects/hello_world/hello_world/bin/Debug/hello_world.exe': No such file or directory. Possible solutions I've seen around the net say it's a problem with having spaces in the file path, but as you can see, there aren't any. Going to the folder in question, I find that it's empty. It builds and executes …

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Hi, I have the problem that a char ch2 = '\u0041' is confirmed as a character and also printed as "A", but the char ch3 = '\u00c6' , which is also confirmed as a character, is not printed only as a "?" where it is supposed to be a "æ". I know I have missed some thing, probably fundamental, but what? My best try is to convert to a string, but that is not working either - or I also do that wrong... Any help or hint is greatly appreciated. The program is as follows (I´m sorry, can´t get the …

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I have been working with Monodevelop's C# on Linux. Pretty incredible. If you stick within the .net framework it seems to be really pretty complete. However, what if you wanted to call a native Linux function from a Linux library (eg using native Linux sockets instead of the .net provided sockets)? Any idea if that is possible? I spent my usual half a day doing google searches and came up with nothing.

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