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The question Mono Project: How to install Mono framework on Red Hat Linux which is compiled on centOS? was cross-posted to Server Fault, Super User, and Stack Overflow.

Where should it end up living?

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I would say Server Fault, but since it's such an entry-level, basic question I think it is a better fit for SU.

I moved the SO version (which is the only one that got answered) to SU, and deleted the other cross-site dupes.

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It's not really a programming question, and really doesn't have anything to do with server administration. It is about computer software, so I would probably say Super User.

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It's an OS question, similar to say "How do I put drivers for my printer on my Linux computer." – Josh K Apr 7 '10 at 0:34

It's about how to compile Mono for work servers. Should be on Server Fault.

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Depending on usage, it could go either way. Definitely not SO, and dummy points for the cross-posting. – Kara Marfia Apr 7 '10 at 4:13
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The question stated that the target machine is a server, but the answer would be the same regardless whether it's server or desktop deployment - Mono is the same beast on either. – hemp May 20 '10 at 20:40

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