I think there are only two windows-specific things in
* Embedded windows dll with JNI interop code, which is loaded in
UnmanagedUtils class initializer via LoadLibrary system call
* IgniteUtils.LoadJvmDll, which uses registry to locate Java installation

So if you are willing to contribute, it should not be too hard to add a
couple of "#if __MonoCS__" there.
JIRA ticket already exists:

Not sure if there is an easier way to do this.


On Mon, Oct 10, 2016 at 7:12 PM, exones <aleksey.larche...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> We are "gridifying" our application with Ignite and would like to know if
> it's possible to run .NET application *on Linux using mono* which itself
> runs Ignite node inside (via Ignition.Start). So basically we have app.exe
> which runs Ignition.Start(). Then we use .NET Ignite compute functions to
> do
> the job.
> I looked at the code and it looks Ignite .NET is quite tightly bound to
> Windows with no considerations for running on Linux.
> We considered options like running java app which calls .NET implementation
> (either via IKVM or JNI or some kind of IPC). Anything more elegant?
> Can you advise me on this?
> Thank you in advance.
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