Qus:    How to Install Dotnet Core on Linux Distributions?
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SHIVA Aug 16, 2021 01:27
Answer:   Software developers often need to use the Dotnet core framework on the Linux system to test, run, and build the packages. The notion of using Dotnet on Linux comes true through the new Dotnet core, which is an API based modular system of Microsoft’s Dotnet framework. But the Dotnet core doesn’t act as a single API; it functions as a shared or public library of API and codes. Programmers and developers can use those shared API and codes to automate some tasks or reduce the workload.
Dotnet core supports more than thirty programming languages. But C# is the most used language on the Dotnet core framework. The architecture of the Dotnet core is very much flexible and modular-based. Visual Studio, Visual Studio Code, Unity, and many other applications require the Dotnet core pre-installed to run on Linux.

Very often, you might need to install the Dotnet core packages on your Linux system to run some specific games and other applications on your system. Previously, the Dotnet framework was not open-source and available for Linux-based operating systems, but later, Microsoft has made it open-source.

The Dotnet core is available for Debian, Red Hat, CentOS, OpenSUSE, and other Linux distributions. Unfortunately, the Dotnet core’s official packages are still not available for the Arch and Arch-based Linux system. But don’t worry, we will work on that. In this post, we will see how to install the Dotnet core packages on various Linux distributions.

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