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I'm very new to Linux. I need to start .NET application on Scientific Linux 6. I read that I need to install Mono first but I can't figure out how to do this, because on the official website there is no Download Section for Scientific Linux.

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Scientific Linux is based on RedHat.

If Scientific Linux don't provide package repositories, I would use those of CentOS (another distribution also based on RedHat). Use the package manager yum to find and install mono

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The EPEL repository created by the Fedora Project, provides packages for Mono. As of June 2014, it provides version 2.4.3.1.

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