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    When I try to open some windows programs in ubuntu by using wine, this message comes(in terminal)
    "wine: Install the Windows version of Mono to run .NET executables"
    what should i do??..

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    Install it!

    "Mono is an open-source and cross-platform implementation of the .NET Framework"

    Here's the link, with more information for you: Wine Wiki: Mono

    <...Later...>

    I just noticed: You can do this with Winetricks. You should find Winetricks on your Wine submenu. Never really actually used it, though, so I have to refer you to google at this point.

    Hope this helps to at least point the right direction.
    Last edited by Nick_H; 4th January 2012 at 02:54 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    I found this website htp://mono-project.com/Start to download mono....now How can I download it??

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    Look here: http://mono-project.com/DistroPackages/Ubuntu

    It says you have it already!
    Dependencies are automatically tracked for applications in the archive such as Tomboy, Gbrainy and F-Spot. Ubuntu comes with these three applications by default, and therefore comes with Mono installed by default.
    That means I have (Ubuntu 11.04). I'm confused too! Especially as your message, post 1, says "Install the Windows version..."

    Sorry I didn't help much

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    What should i do??

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    I don't know. Hope that someone sees this thread who has a better idea than I do

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    Well it has been very late since i am seeing this thread. But i will suggest use the sofware centre to install WINE. It runs all of my windows applications. I hope you may mention the program that you are trying to load.

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