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The following steps outline the basic procedure for creating an application for Mono on Linux. Most of these steps outline Visual Studio procedures, so see Visual Studio documentation for more information.
Synergy .NET development for Linux is currently experimental and unsupported. Debugging is not available.
In general, Synergy/DE’s support for Mono on Linux is the same as its support for Windows .NET Framework desktop and server development, but there are some differences. Windows-specific code won’t work with Linux (for example, file paths for Linux must have forward slashes), fewer project types are supported, there are different restrictions, and you must use traditional Synergy licensing. (Synergy device licensing is not supported for Linux.) See Synergy DBL Support for .NET for more information.
|1.||Start by reviewing Synergy .NET Requirements. Your Windows development machine and the Synergy projects you create in Visual Studio must meet the requirements listed in this section.|
|2.||For each assembly in your application, create a Visual Studio project from one of the following Synergy project templates:|
For example, to create a console application, select File > New Project, select Synergy/DE from the Installed Templates area of the New Project dialog, and then select Console Application from the list of project types. You’ll then need to set a few options for the project (name, location, and so forth) in the New Project Dialog. Note the following:
|3.||Add DBL code, resources, etc., to the Visual Studio projects, and make sure each project references any needed assemblies.|
|4.||Set project properties and then build the solution.|
|5.||For testing and deployment, set up a Samba share and do the following:|