How to Install Mono on Debian 10


How to Install Mono on Debian 10

Mono is a very popular, free, and open-source platform sponsored by Microsoft’s .Net Framework is used to develop applications based on ECMA/ISO standards. Developers used this tool to make the most efficacious and authentic applications. These applications are free from the restriction of limited platforms but focused on Cross platforms. A better understanding of mono depends on the basic operational encounter of Debian because Mono standards implement on both C# programming and common language Runtime.So, without any trouble with this article’s guidance, you will be able to install mono on Debian 10.

Installation of Mono

To install Mono on Debian 10, you just need to follow the following 5 steps and have Mono installed on your system.

  • Install the package
  • Import GPG repository key
  • Addition of Mono Repository
  • Installation of mono
  • Verification of Mono Version

 Install the package

First of all, we have to install some necessary packages on Debian, but before installing the essential packages, it is better to update and upgrade the system’s packages.

To update the APT cache repository, type the command given below:

$ sudo apt update

After updating the APT repository cache, upgrade the pre-installed packages as well using the command given below:

Alight! Once you have updated and upgraded the system, you need to install some essential packages by using the command given below:

$ sudo apt install software-properties-common dirmngr gnupg apt-transport-https ca-certificates

After a few moments, the essential required packages will be downloaded. The Debian system will be ready for importing and adding the GPG repository keys of Mono in the Debian system’s sources list.

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