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However, that download link is hard encoded for 6.0.7 - we are trying to build a knowledge base article for our software but worried after a few weeks the link we are sending out the .NET Desktop Runtimes will be out of date and we would like them to get the latest version from us.

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As an alternative to the macOS installers for .NET, you can download and manually install the SDK and runtime. Manual installation is usually performed as part of continuous integration testing. For a developer or user, it's generally better to use an installer.

First, download a binary release for either the SDK or the runtime from one of the following sites. If you install the .NET SDK, you will not need to install the corresponding runtime:

Next, extract the downloaded file and use the export command to set DOTNET_ROOT to the extracted folder's location and then ensure .NET is in PATH. This should make the .NET CLI commands available at the terminal. For more information about .NET environment variables, see .NET SDK and CLI environment variables.

Alternatively, after downloading the .NET binary, the following commands may be run from the directory where the file is saved to extract the runtime. This will also make the .NET CLI commands available at the terminal and set the required environment variables. Remember to change the DOTNET_FILE value to the name of the downloaded binary:

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.NET is supported by Microsoft when downloaded from a Microsoft source. Best effort support is offered from Microsoft when downloaded from elsewhere. You can open issues at dotnet/core if you run into problems.

Microsoft .NET Framework 4.8 Download & Install for Windows 11/10Some Windows 11/10 users want to install .NET framework 4.8. Where to get the .NET framework 4.8 download? How to install it? This post provides details.

Action method needs to return FileResult with either a stream, byte[], or virtual path of the file. You will also need to know the content-type of the file being downloaded. Here is a sample (quick/dirty) utility method. Sample video linkHow to download files using core

.NET Core has a number of different runtime downloads that you can grab to install the runtimes and the SDK. It's not immediately obvious what you need, so since I just went through this myself and had a discussion with a few folks at Microsoft (thanks @DamianEdwards and @RowanMiller). I thought I'd summarize if for nothing else than my own reference in the future since I seem to forget what I figured for the last release ?.

The SDK is meant for non-Visual Studio build and management tasks. That's for command line use or if you're not on Windows specifically. The SDK basically provides what you need for a development setup to build and run .NET Core and all dependencies. The SDK is the largest download and it contains everything you need for a given platform.

Effectively it installs the dotnet.exe build tools along with support components. The SDK also installs a fixed version of the .NET Runtime with it which is required to run the SDK tooling. In other words if you download the latest SDK you typically also get the latest runtimes and you don't have to install the matched runtimes separately.

Note it a runtime install does not include the ASP.NET Core meta package runtime dependencies, so if your application references Microsoft.AspNetCore.App or Microsoft.AspNetCore.All you have to seperately download the ASP.NET Core package. However, if you explicitly reference all ASP.NET Core Nuget packages rather than using the meta packages, those packages are deployed as part of your application and it can run with just the runtime.

As you can see so far the SDK and Runtimes by themselves are usually not the right tool for deployed applications because they don't include everything you need and for this reason - at least on Windows there's a special Hosting Pack download that contains everything you need to run an ASP.NET Core application on Windows.

The Windows Hosting pack is specific to Windows and there are no commensurate bundles for Linux or the Mac. On Linux/Mac you can use the SDK download for Dev machines, and .NET Core Runtime + ASP.NET Core Runtimes for typical installations.

Wow, finally!I have struggled to understand what the difference is between all the different download options for .Net Core and I find that the Microsoft docs are not very clear. After reading this article I now know that the hosting bundle is all I need for the server (since I am serving Web APIs). Thanks a bunch ?

.NET (pronounced DOTNET ) is the most widely used software development platform to create and run programs for Windows. With .NET, Microsoft has not only created a consistent successor to the previous jumble of software development platforms for Windows, but also a real alternative to Java. Here we learn the commands to download and install .Net Core and Runtime on Debian 11 Bullseye.

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There's a ".NET Runtime" and a ".NET Desktop Runtime" - please ensure you've installed the ".NET Desktop Runtime" and not the other. The .NET Desktop Runtime 6.0.6 installer can be found here: -us/download/dotnet/thank-you/runtime-desktop-6.0.6-windows-x64-insta...

Now I have downloaded and reinstalled/"repaired" complete ArcGis Pro, which was finalized without any complaints. Starting the Programm ist still refused pointing to a missing .NET Desktop - which IS available and installed.

I am being driven mad by the pop-up for .NET 5. DS4Windows does not find .NET 5 on my computer (which I have and is up-to-date), and gives me a pop-up and auto direct to .NET 5 download page. This occurs every time I start DS4.

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Find Linux distributions for ARM32/64 SDK and ASP.NET Core Runtime, click into it, you can then copy the Direct Link. These 2 links are what we use in Raspbian / Ubuntu to download the latest SDK and Runtime. For example:

As the next step, make sure to download the generated CSV for safekeeping. This usually has your Access Key Id and Secret Access Key. We need these details later on when we try to integrate our code with AWS S3 Service.

You can name your profile something like s3-demo or so. This is just for our identification. With that, you will be prompted to enter the access id and the secret. Remember we downloaded a CSV file earlier? while creating a new user. This is when that CSV file would come in handy. Paste in the Access Key and Secret Access Key.

Currently, we have an upload button in our form for creating a user. When we create a user, the uploaded picture becomes the profile picture. For the sake of simplicity, we will reuse the current implementation and extend it to implement file download. That said, the pictures that we upload during user creation will be the files that we are going to download after.

Given that we are focusing on a file download, the next step is to extend the controller with a new endpoint for download operation. At the moment, the method will only return a successful result with a corresponding message:

For the time being, we will leave the download operation to return only a successful result and, in the meantime, start with the implementation of the client-side. That way, we can have a clearer view of what are the potential needs of a user and how to modify the API to fulfill those needs.

Awesome. Now we can make sure once again that everything works as expected. With this, we are concluding the refactoring part and can safely move on to adding a download component to our client-side project.

While looking at the file.service.ts, we can notice that the first part of the URL for both upload and download methods is the same since the FileService is targeting the FileController on the server-side. That said, we can extract it in a separate variable and access it through interpolation:

After the successful refactoring of the FileService, we will create a component that consumes the service and downloads our file. We will name it, respectfully, DownloadComponent, to match the one for upload that we already have. Angular CLI steps in once more with its command for a component generation:

By clicking the download button, we expect that the picture associated with that specific button gets downloaded. To differentiate which file will be downloaded, we need to send some data to the server. The idea is simple: pass the file URL from the form to the file.service.ts and then receive it in the FileController.cs. Passing the URL, we know exactly which file will be downloaded since the URL contains the extension as well. The mentioned implementation requires changes in both the client and server parts.

The reason why we are manipulating the DOM in this manner is that we want to save the user from doing any more work by downloading the file automatically. To achieve that, first, we create an anchor element. Then we hook the downloaded BLOB and the URL of the file to its properties.


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