.Net on Raspberry Pi
Paul Fryer | Feb 2014
Get a Raspberry Pi
Get an SD card. Download an OS.
http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads
Run Wheezey OS
Linux Foo
sudo apt-get install mono
This installs mono.

sudo mozroots
Mono trusts NO certificates by default. If we are g...
Use Xamarin Studio or Visual Studio
Xamarin Studio is a free IDE for
developing .Net code for Mono.
It’s compatible with V...
Compile .Net code and deploy to
Raspberry Pi.
Running .Net on Raspberry Pi
Running .Net on Raspberry Pi
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Running .Net on Raspberry Pi

  1. 1. .Net on Raspberry Pi Paul Fryer | Feb 2014
  2. 2. Get a Raspberry Pi
  3. 3. Get an SD card. Download an OS. http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads
  4. 4. Run Wheezey OS
  5. 5. Linux Foo sudo apt-get install mono This installs mono. sudo mozroots Mono trusts NO certificates by default. If we are going to use SSL we need to import some. Use the above command to import all the certificates Mozilla trusts. mono HelloWorld.exe This is how we run .net executables on Mono. sudo apt-get install xrdp Optional step, install a remote desktop server so you can connect to your Pi via the network.
  6. 6. Use Xamarin Studio or Visual Studio Xamarin Studio is a free IDE for developing .Net code for Mono. It’s compatible with Visual Studio solutions (.sln) https://xamarin.com/studio
  7. 7. Compile .Net code and deploy to Raspberry Pi.

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