I also have an uninstall batch file, if that is of interest to anyone.
On a side note, this sort of thing really should be provided by Microsoft via a notary service, like Apple does for macOS apps/games. But doesn't look like MS want to make that simpler for developers. :/
Pinging the domain teamcity.monogame.net sends no packets back either.
I tried downloading the .nupkg file and installing it manually but got the same outcome. I should mention perhaps that I originally was able to install the stable build a few days ago, but when I was met with an error, I uninstalled it and decided to try a developmental release, which I haven't been able to install due to the aforementioned connection timeout. I can no longer install the stable release either.
After disabling the build server source from the dotnet source list I can now install the stable version, but the GTK errors when starting the program persists.
"System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object. at Gtk.Widget.DrawnSignalCallback(IntPtr inst, IntPtr arg0, IntPtr gch)" Gtksharp is installed, as well as libgtk 2 and 3, and I've followed the setup documentations exactly. The console dumps out a bunch of errors and warnings pertaining to GTK and Gdkpixbuf checks which all fail.
Anyways, I'll give you time to respond and check back later. Thanks for maintaining monogame, you guys are doing the lords work.
Tristan Lee Mitchell
Oh hi there's a chat? How's everyones games coming along ;)
Morning all. I just tried using XACT 3.0 (June 2010 release) to add a nice rain/thunder track to my game and it seems to have totally fubarred the XNA found file as it throws an exception when trying to read the new files. The wav file played fine inside XACT. To be fair it's been years since I've used XACT, so it's probably something simple. Does anyone know if there is a specific setting I need to toggle? Also the files size went form 29MB to 9MB. I initially put that down to better compression in the newer version, but now I'm not so sure. Any hints welcome.