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I'm new to ubuntu 9.04 os and I have installed mono develop 2.4 from terminal successfully.

But surprisingly I could not find any icon on my desktop to launch Mono Develop. How can I solve the above issue and how can I create a icon on desktop to launch Mono Develop

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you can either start it via command line and type monodevelop, or hit alt-f2 and enter monodevelop or click your application menu (upper right corner, alt-f1) go to programming and start monodevelop

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... or click the application menu, navigate to MonoDevelop, right-click on its menu entry, and put an icon for it on the panel. – CarlF Nov 11 '10 at 13:23
    
@CarlF: or put the icon on the desktop ;) – knittl Nov 11 '10 at 13:24

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