Yes, I've compiled and run apps on Win 98.
Small console aps, but yes.
I've had some bugs with it and I can't get all the tools to run. But
regardless, I am able to write/compile/and run C# on Win 98.
I'm using Antechinus as my C# text editor right now. Though I compile at the
command line or I get some errors when running the apps. Not sure if it's
related to the editor or to .NET errors.
I am not using IIS 5 so I can't view any samples but I have Eric's book so
thats allright.


"Dave Roth" <droth@NospamYahoo.com> wrote in message
news:39ec6830$2@news.devx.com...
>
> Robert,
> This is great for us 98 people. Did you get anything in C# to compile and
> run?
> Thanks
> Dave
>
> "Robert" <robertfosters@home.com> wrote:
> >..Net on Win 98.
> >
> >1) Download the .net from Microsoft.
> >2) Open the setup.exe with WinZip and extract all files to some

directory.
> >3) Run instmsi.exe . This should run pretty fast.
> >4) Run comsdk.msi . This one hung up on me for a long time. I killed the
> >process a few times before it took. It got hung up aobut 20% through the
> >install. When it finally went this step took about 10 minutes to install.
> >Your times may vary =)
> >5) Run comredist.msi . This step installed pretty fast. This registers

most
> >of the .dll's needed to run .net it seems.
> >
> >
> >"Erik Englund" <erikenglund@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> >news:39a529b6@news.devx.com...
> >> I would like to try out the C# compiler but have w98, do I need Win2000

> or
> >> is Win2000 just needed for the .net stuff?
> >>
> >> / Erik
> >>
> >>

> >
> >

>