The Microsoft .NET Framework version 1.1 redistributable package (released 2003-04-24)
includes everything you need to run applications developed using the .NET
The .NET Framework version 1.1 provides improved scalability and performance, support for mobile device development with ASP.NET mobile controls (formerly the Microsoft Mobile Internet Toolkit), support for Internet Protocol version 6, and ADO.NET classes for native communication with Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) and Oracle databases. It also enables the use of code access security to further lock down and isolate ASP.NET applications.
The .NET Framework consists of two main parts: the common language
runtime (CLR) and a unified set of class libraries, including ASP.NET
for Web applications and Web services, Windows Forms for smart client
applications, and ADO.NET for loosely coupled data access.
Selected Test Results (selected in 'Test Results' table below)
The application that required .NET 1.1 Framework installed and ran successfully.
.NET Framework Setup Verification Tool from Aaron Stebner (Microsoft) which checks for proper installation of .NET assemblies and registry entries reports success.
What does not
What was not tested
Use 'winetricks' script for installation of .NET Framework 1.x and service packs - especially if the app wants to install it on its own!
Always use a clean 32-bit WINEPREFIX for .NET installs (Framework + .NET based app)!
You don't need this step if you use 'winetricks' to install Microsoft .NET Frameworks.
Unattended installation of .NET Framework 1.1
Example command lines you can use to perform unattended installations for the .NET Framework 1.1 installation:
These command lines will run the .NET Framework 1.1 setup in fully silent
mode. The setup package will extract to a temporary location and
installation will begin with no user interaction and no visible UI. The
user will see no visible indication that setup is running.
$ wine setup.exe /q:a /c:"install.exe /q"
Standard unattended installation
These command lines will run the .NET Framework 1.1 setup in standard
unattended mode. The setup package will extract to a temporary location
and installation will begin with no user interaction. A progress dialog
will appear on the screen during installation, and it will disappear
when setup is complete. Errors encountered during installation might
pop up message boxes during installation if they occur.
$ wine setup.exe /q:a /c:"install.exe /qb"
Unattended installation with no cancel button available in the UI
These command lines will run the .NET Framework 1.1
setup in unattended mode with no cancel button. The behavior of setup
is the same as with the command lines above except the cancel button
will be hidden on the progress page during installation. This allows
the user to know that a setup is in progress but prevent them from
cancelling it (unless they kill the process).
To verify .NET Framework installation(s) in WINEPREFIX you can use the .NET Framework Setup Verification Tool from Aaron Stebner (Microsoft) which checks for proper installation of .NET assemblies and registry entries.