You can download the script from https://dot.net/v1/dotnet-install.sh.

Not specifying a stream or a profile causes DNF to choose the default. To extract the runtime and make the .NET Core CLI commands available at the terminal, first download a .NET Core binary release. For example, there isn't an ASP.NET Core SDK, the SDK components are included with the .NET Core SDK. To enable a module stream and make its packages available for installation, run the following command: $ dnf module enable NAME:STREAM. These versions remain supported until either the version of .NET Core reaches end-of-support or the version of Fedora reaches end-of-life. For more information, see dotnet-install scripts reference.

In this example, 3.1 is specified: Next, register the dotnet command for the system with the snap alias command: This command is formatted as: sudo snap alias {package}. Valid options are: version If this parameter is omitted, latest/stable is used. # dnf help. sudo dnf install aspnetcore-runtime-3.0 As an alternative to the ASP.NET Core Runtime, you can install the.NET Core Runtime that doesn't include ASP.NET Core support: replace aspnetcore-runtime-3.0 in the command above with dotnet-runtime-3.0. [[email protected] ~]# yum install epel-release -y. Only supported versions of .NET Core are available through Snap. A specific version of the SDK can be installed by specifying the channel.

For example, to install the Node.js 8 runtime and the client tooling of the default stream of MongoDB, run: Switching to a different stream than the one that is installed on a system is a two-step process. To install .NET Core Runtime instead of the SDK, use the --runtime parameter. The following command installs .NET Core SDK 3.1. When a Fedora version falls out of support, .NET Core is no longer supported with that version.

The script defaults to installing the latest SDK long term support (LTS) version, which is .NET Core 3.1. Other architectures, such as ARM, must manually install the .NET Core SDK or .NET Core Runtime. For more information, see the manually install section. During an upgrade, the package feed should not be unavailable for more than 2 hours. Open a terminal and run the following commands: ❌ Please note that this version of Fedora is no longer supported. As an alternative to the ASP.NET Core Runtime, you can install the .NET Core Runtime that doesn't include ASP.NET Core support: replace aspnetcore-runtime-3.0 in the command above with dotnet-runtime-3.0.

To install a module, use one of the following commands. When both a version of Fedora and a version of .NET Core have ✔️, that OS and .NET combination are supported. How to check that .NET Core is already installed, https://www.mono-project.com/download/stable/, Tutorial: Create a console application with .NET Core SDK using Visual Studio Code.

This article describes how to install .NET Core on Fedora. But this is incompatible with most tutorials and examples as they expect a dotnet command to be available. You can choose any {alias} name you would like. Packages available to the system can be discovered by the usual commands such as dnf search NAME, dnf list NAME, or by using the dnf repoquery QUERY command for more complex queries.

Snap packages for .NET Core SDK are all published under the same identifier: dotnet-sdk. The following versions of .NET Core are no longer supported. First, the current stream needs to be reset causing it not to be enabled anymore — this will however keep its packages installed. But, if you manually install .NET Core or you publish a self-contained app, you'll need to make sure these libraries are installed: If the target runtime environment's OpenSSL version is 1.1 or newer, you'll need to install compat-openssl10. For more information, see How to check that .NET Core is already installed. If you install .NET Core SDK, you don't need to install the corresponding runtime. Manual install is usually performed as part of continuous integration testing or on an unsupported Linux distribution. But this is incompatible with most tutorials and examples as they expect a dotnet command to be available. However, these instructions may help you to get .NET Core running on those versions, even though it isn't supported. {command} {alias}. The dotnet-install scripts are used for automation and non-admin installs of the SDK and Runtime. When you install with a package manager, these libraries are installed for you. For more information, see https://www.mono-project.com/download/stable/. In the example below we are going to install numerous editing tools that are available. Then, open a terminal and run the following commands from the directory where the file was saved. The archive file name may be different depending on what you downloaded.

There are a number of different shells available for Linux and each has a different profile. For more information about Snap, see Getting started with Snap. While installing the .NET Core package, you may see an error similar to signature verification failed for file 'repomd.xml' from repository 'packages-microsoft-com-prod'. To enable a module stream and make its packages available for installation, run the following command: For example, to make Node.js 8 packages available for installation, run: Packages from enabled module streams can be then installed by the dnf install NAME command. The version of the SDK or runtime to install.

You can install a specific version by altering the -c parameter to indicate the specific version. The SDK includes the coresponding runtime. Want to help? Learn how to contribute to Fedora Docs. (Please note, if the group package contains spaces within its name, then you must place single quotes around the group name.) For example, to make Node.js 8 packages available for installation, run: $ dnf module enable nodejs:8. Before you install .NET, run the following commands to add the Microsoft package signing key to your list of trusted keys and add the Microsoft package repository. To install .NET Core SDK, run the following commands: The .NET Core Runtime allows you to run apps that were made with .NET Core that didn't include the runtime. The downloads for these still remain published: The packages added to package manager feeds are named in a hackable format: {product}-{type}-{version}. To install the current release, which may not be an (LTS) version, use the -c Current parameter. For example: Edit the appropriate source file for your shell and add :$HOME/dotnet to the end of the existing PATH statement. You can edit your shell profile to permanently add the commands. To list modules available to your system, and to see what streams are default or have been enabled, use the following command: Packages can be installed the usual way by running the dnf install NAME command. The following table is a list of currently supported .NET Core releases and the versions of Fedora they're supported on. For example, to switch from Node.js 8 to Node.js 10, run: Updating a system by running the dnf update command causes all packages to be upgraded to their latest version provided by their module stream. .NET Core SDK allows you to develop apps with .NET Core. The following table list the channels: Use the snap install command to install a .NET Core SDK snap package.

The value aspnetcore-sdk-2.2 is incorrect and should be dotnet-sdk-2.2. A snap is a bundle of an app and its dependencies that works without modification across many different Linux distributions. Install a Group of Packages - dnf groupinstall groupname. Valid options are: type First, download a binary release for either the SDK or the runtime from one of the following sites: Next, extract the downloaded file and use the export command to set variables used by .NET Core and then ensure .NET Core is in PATH.

Valid options are any released version, such as: It's possible the SDK/runtime you're trying to download is not available for your Linux distribution. When you use the command dotnet31, you'll invoke this specific version of .NET. Install the SDK (which includes the runtime) if you want to develop .NET apps. Switching streams is a risky operation that might not be always supported in packages, especially downgrades. If you're installing the runtime, we suggest you install the ASP.NET Core runtime as it includes both .NET Core and ASP.NET Core runtimes. In this example, .NET Core 3.1 is installed: This command is formatted as: sudo snap alias {package}.

Snaps are discoverable and installable from the Snap Store. Generally speaking, this error means that the package feed for .NET Core is being upgraded with newer package versions, and that you should try again later. As an alternative to the ASP.NET Core Runtime, you can install the .NET Core Runtime that doesn't include ASP.NET Core support: replace aspnetcore-runtime-2.0 in the command above with dotnet-runtime-2.0. If you install .NET Core SDK, you don't need to install the corresponding runtime. For a list of Linux distributions supported by .NET Core, see .NET Core dependencies and requirements. However, it is important to note that those commands will, apart from traditional packages, only list modular packages coming from a default or an enabled module stream. .NET Core is available from the Snap Store. Chooses the SDK or the runtime. For .NET Core apps that use the System.Drawing.Common assembly, you'll also need the following dependency: You can install a recent version of libgdiplus by adding the Mono repository to your system. As an alternative to the package managers, you can download and manually install the SDK and runtime.

All Fedora Documentation content available under CC-BY-SA 3.0 or, when specifically noted, under another accepted free and open content license. If you've already installed the SDK or runtime, use the dotnet --list-sdks and dotnet --list-runtimes commands to see which versions are installed. This section provides information on common errors you may get while using the package manager to install .NET Core. Packages from enabled module streams can be then installed by the dnf install NAME command. Any traditional package, or a modular package coming from a default or an enabled module can be installed this way.

DNF makes it easy to maintain packages by automatically checking for dependencies and determines the actions required to install packages. In your terminal, run the following commands. This method eliminates the need to manually install or update the package, and its … Packages from other module streams can be consumed by either enabling a module stream and then installing individual packages, or by installing a module directly.

Package manager installs are only supported on the x64 architecture. product A ✔️ indicates that the version of Fedora or .NET Core is still supported. For a list of supported distributions, see .NET Core dependencies and requirements. If the package-version combination doesn't work, it's not available. If no PATH statement is included, add a new line with export PATH=$PATH:$HOME/dotnet.

Also, add export DOTNET_ROOT=$HOME/dotnet to the end of the file.

This approach lets you install different versions into separate locations and choose explicitly which one to use by which application. When you use the command dotnet31, you'll invoke this specific version of .NET. If you continually receive this error for more than 2 hours, please file an issue at https://github.com/dotnet/core/issues.

You can choose any {alias} name you would like.