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.NET Core 2.1.0 RC 1 #1506

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leecow opened this Issue May 7, 2018 · 15 comments

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leecow commented May 7, 2018

.NET Core 2.1.0 RC1

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Please report any issues you find with 2.1 RC 1, either responding to this issue, creating a new issue or creating a new issue in one of the following repos:

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RoySalisbury commented May 7, 2018

Blog post mentions that ARM32 (Raspberry Pi) is a supported platform for both the SDK and Runtime. However, I can find no download links.

I tried the Debian 9 install, but that is for AMD64 only.

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NinoFloris commented May 7, 2018

Is there a soft guestimate on RTW date?

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RoySalisbury commented May 8, 2018

Finally found it after making some assumptions based on file names and other download locations...

https://download.microsoft.com/download/B/1/9/B19A2F87-F00F-420C-B4B9-A0BA4403F754/dotnet-sdk-2.1.300-rc1-008673-linux-arm.tar.gz

Why make it so hard to find this stuff?

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leecow commented May 8, 2018

Sorry @RoySalisbury, we'll get it worked into the download pages.

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Petermarcu commented May 8, 2018

@RoySalisbury there should be one without the build number in it. @leecow sound like he has it under control :)

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RoySalisbury commented May 8, 2018

Still having fun trying to find this one:

aspnetcore-runtime-2.1.0-rc1-final-linux-arm.tar.gz

Since its not part of the SDK install I figure I need that installed separately.

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Petermarcu commented May 8, 2018

It should be in the SDK tar.gz and there should be an ASP.NET Core Runtime for ARM32 tar.gz @livarcocc @DamianEdwards @muratg . Can you confirm whether the ASP.NET runtime made it in or if thats something we need to address for RTM?

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RoySalisbury commented May 8, 2018

The only thing the SDK installed (for ARM) was

/opt/dotnet/shared/Microsoft.NETCore.App/2.1.0-rc1

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/opt/dotnet/sdk/2.1.300-rc1-008673

But the hash listing here shows it exists as a separate file (my guess is it is not part of the SDK or runtime for ARM).

https://dotnetcli.blob.core.windows.net/dotnet/checksums/2.1-RC1-Runtime-SHA.txt

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Petermarcu commented May 8, 2018

That may be true. It should have its own runtime tar.gz and should have been in the sdk. I opened this to track it: dotnet/cli#9218

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leecow commented May 8, 2018

@NinoFloris - soon-ish ;-)

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laultman commented May 9, 2018

Never used the global.json and the MS docs are still referencing 1.0 preview. What is the current reference for 2.1 SDK that should be in the global.json. Is it: 2.1.300-rc1-008673
There should be a list somewhere with all the numbers - suggestion.

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leecow commented May 9, 2018

@laultman - 2.1.300-rc1-00873 and https://github.com/dotnet/core/blob/master/release-notes/releases.json is the 'canonical' release version list.

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laultman commented May 9, 2018

@leecow Thanks, great. I had the correct version but had no way to know. On another though, VS 2017 15.7.1 Stills spits out this statement: You are working with a preview version of the .NET Core SDK. You can define the SDK version via a global.
I found a thread where they were talking about how to stop or hide these messages. I guess that has not been done. Thanks again for the info!

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Petermarcu commented Jul 12, 2018

Closing this now as .NET Core 2.1 has released.

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