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.NET Core 2.0 #812

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leecow opened this Issue Aug 14, 2017 · 24 comments

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leecow commented Aug 14, 2017

.NET Core 2.0.0 is available.

You can read about .NET Core 2.0.0 in the release notes and .NET blog announcement.

Please report any issues you find with .NET Core 2.0.0 here, either responding to this issue or creating a new issue.

Please note that this repo (dotnet/core) is not for filing product issues. Here are some repos where you can file an issue:

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nicksav Aug 15, 2017

Guys where is AddJwtBearerAuthentication now?

nicksav commented Aug 15, 2017

Guys where is AddJwtBearerAuthentication now?

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The checksums file doesn't seem to be updated properly:

The page https://github.com/dotnet/core/blob/master/release-notes/download-archives/2.0.0-download.md
correctly links to the new combined linux runtime dotnet-runtime-2.0-linux-x64.tar.gz but when
you open the runtime checksum file also linked from the same page (https://dotnetcli.blob.core.windows.net/dotnet/checksums/2.0.0-runtime-sha.txt) it still has the broken out debian, rhel, ubuntu, etc and the sha256sum for dotnet-runtime-2.0-linux-x64.tar.gz is missing. For reference, this is the sha256sum of the file I downloaded

69ecad24bce4f2132e0db616b49e2c35487d13e3c379dabc3ec860662467b714  dotnet-runtime-2.0.0-linux-x64.tar.gz

wuzzeb commented Aug 15, 2017

The checksums file doesn't seem to be updated properly:

The page https://github.com/dotnet/core/blob/master/release-notes/download-archives/2.0.0-download.md
correctly links to the new combined linux runtime dotnet-runtime-2.0-linux-x64.tar.gz but when
you open the runtime checksum file also linked from the same page (https://dotnetcli.blob.core.windows.net/dotnet/checksums/2.0.0-runtime-sha.txt) it still has the broken out debian, rhel, ubuntu, etc and the sha256sum for dotnet-runtime-2.0-linux-x64.tar.gz is missing. For reference, this is the sha256sum of the file I downloaded

69ecad24bce4f2132e0db616b49e2c35487d13e3c379dabc3ec860662467b714  dotnet-runtime-2.0.0-linux-x64.tar.gz
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nicksav Aug 15, 2017

@blackdwarf Thanks. That works.

Also not able to Deploy to Azure Web App in Australia.
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This error occurs when a CGI application does not return a valid set of HTTP headers, or when a proxy or gateway was unable to send the request to a parent gateway. You may need to get a network trace or contact the proxy server administrator, if it is not a CGI problem.

Application 'MACHINE/WEBROOT/APPHOST/ACCOUNTMANAGEMENTAPI' with physical root 'D:\home\site\wwwroot' failed to start process with commandline 'dotnet .\AuthAPI.dll', ErrorCode = '0x80004005 : 80008083.

nicksav commented Aug 15, 2017

@blackdwarf Thanks. That works.

Also not able to Deploy to Azure Web App in Australia.
CGI error
This error occurs when a CGI application does not return a valid set of HTTP headers, or when a proxy or gateway was unable to send the request to a parent gateway. You may need to get a network trace or contact the proxy server administrator, if it is not a CGI problem.

Application 'MACHINE/WEBROOT/APPHOST/ACCOUNTMANAGEMENTAPI' with physical root 'D:\home\site\wwwroot' failed to start process with commandline 'dotnet .\AuthAPI.dll', ErrorCode = '0x80004005 : 80008083.

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zenixgrace Aug 15, 2017

hello ,

is the net core 2.0 can use vs 2015 for ide?
now i'm still using net core 1.1 and vs 2015 for the ide.

if I want to upgrade to 2.0, is it necessary to install vs 2017 for the ide?

zenixgrace commented Aug 15, 2017

hello ,

is the net core 2.0 can use vs 2015 for ide?
now i'm still using net core 1.1 and vs 2015 for the ide.

if I want to upgrade to 2.0, is it necessary to install vs 2017 for the ide?

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zenixgrace Aug 15, 2017

@nicksav just wanna ask a stupid question
is that any reason why they have to force using vs 2017 ?
is it have a break compability issued with vs 2015?

zenixgrace commented Aug 15, 2017

@nicksav just wanna ask a stupid question
is that any reason why they have to force using vs 2017 ?
is it have a break compability issued with vs 2015?

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@zenixgrace not sure, I know for sure that to be able to use .Net Core 2 preview we forced to install VS2017 Preview 15.3. I am testing new VS and it looks really good. Just need to make Azure to work and I am happy Customer:)

nicksav commented Aug 15, 2017

@zenixgrace not sure, I know for sure that to be able to use .Net Core 2 preview we forced to install VS2017 Preview 15.3. I am testing new VS and it looks really good. Just need to make Azure to work and I am happy Customer:)

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zenixgrace Aug 15, 2017

@nicksav the installer for vs 2017 so HUGE :( . anyway thanks for the reply :)

zenixgrace commented Aug 15, 2017

@nicksav the installer for vs 2017 so HUGE :( . anyway thanks for the reply :)

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emiliano84 Aug 15, 2017

@zenixgrace nahh it's smaller (and faster) than 2015, of course depends on how much stuff you need to install :)

emiliano84 commented Aug 15, 2017

@zenixgrace nahh it's smaller (and faster) than 2015, of course depends on how much stuff you need to install :)

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zenixgrace Aug 15, 2017

@emiliano84 maybe, i get wrong installer, because i try to make it offline installer

zenixgrace commented Aug 15, 2017

@emiliano84 maybe, i get wrong installer, because i try to make it offline installer

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markmcdowell Aug 15, 2017

Thanks for the update guys, we've been waiting to use this!

I ran into this issue pretty much straight away though: dotnet/corefx#18406

Would be nice to have this listed somewhere, took me an hour to find I had to add a nuget package! (i'm just using System.Data.SqlClient direct not entity framework)

markmcdowell commented Aug 15, 2017

Thanks for the update guys, we've been waiting to use this!

I ran into this issue pretty much straight away though: dotnet/corefx#18406

Would be nice to have this listed somewhere, took me an hour to find I had to add a nuget package! (i'm just using System.Data.SqlClient direct not entity framework)

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Where is System.IO.Packaging in netcore 2.0? And System.Drawing.Drawing2D?

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Where is System.IO.Packaging in netcore 2.0? And System.Drawing.Drawing2D?

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Thanks @wuzzeb - missing entries have been added to the checksum files.

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leecow commented Aug 15, 2017

Thanks @wuzzeb - missing entries have been added to the checksum files.

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@nicksav - Azure App Services deployment is complete so should be good to go in all regions.

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leecow commented Aug 15, 2017

@nicksav - Azure App Services deployment is complete so should be good to go in all regions.

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.Net Core Library cann't reference .Net Standard Library?

Damon227 commented Aug 16, 2017

.Net Core Library cann't reference .Net Standard Library?

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MaklaCof Sep 3, 2017

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How did you solve problem with Error code 0x80004005:

Application 'MACHINE/WEBROOT/APPHOST/SH-TESTING' with physical root 'D:\Data\SH\Testing\www\' failed to start process with commandline '"dotnet" .\SH.dll', ErrorCode = '0x80004005 : ff.

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How did you solve problem with Error code 0x80004005:

Application 'MACHINE/WEBROOT/APPHOST/SH-TESTING' with physical root 'D:\Data\SH\Testing\www\' failed to start process with commandline '"dotnet" .\SH.dll', ErrorCode = '0x80004005 : ff.
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@leecow : Any indication if running dotnet.exe will be possible in x64 in the near future?

Tealons commented Sep 12, 2017

@leecow : Any indication if running dotnet.exe will be possible in x64 in the near future?

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@Tealons - working with the App Services team on on how that would play out. Stay tuned!.

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leecow commented Sep 27, 2017

@Tealons - working with the App Services team on on how that would play out. Stay tuned!.

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@leecow Thanks for the reply! Would be nice to have access to more memory in my application :)

Tealons commented Sep 27, 2017

@leecow Thanks for the reply! Would be nice to have access to more memory in my application :)

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Closing as we plan on keeping these announcements open for about 30 days.

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Petermarcu commented Oct 12, 2017

Closing as we plan on keeping these announcements open for about 30 days.

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@leecow Any update on the x64 support?

Tealons commented Dec 21, 2017

@leecow Any update on the x64 support?

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You mean in Azure App Services right?

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Petermarcu commented Dec 21, 2017

You mean in Azure App Services right?

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Yes

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