I followed your instructions from the start again. When I get to the mono installation step, I have to change the command for the mono location because the double quotes didn’t work on my system. That could just be due to my browser I suppose.
Either way, after running update, I check to see what version of mono is installed and I can’t find it at all. Running “which mono” shows no results. “mono --version” returns an error because mono isn’t installed.
I’m currently trying to install mono the way I have in the past to see if that works better.
sudo apt-get install mono-complete
EDIT: Got it! As I expected, mono wasn’t installing prior to HG install but it was there after so it must have been completed with the dependencies. For some reason it must have installed the wrong version even though I had v220.127.116.11 and this time I have the same. I’m going to suggest installing mono-complete prior to HG in my instructions.
As a side note to Bounz or whoever is working on the fork: I see that HG comes preconfigured with a bunch of modules as always. Is it possible to have a version available that doesn’t have all the junk already installed. For instance, I see that lirc is installed with HG but I have no need for it in my setup. I will turn it off when I get to my setup, but I have no need to have the library installed in the first place.