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How to Build a .net based project on Bamboo server installed on Linux (RHEL) Operating System

How to Build a .net based project on Bamboo server installed on Linux (RHEL). I see MsBuild and Visual Studio are available as executable but when I select MsBuild then it doesn't auto populate me the versions of MSBuild, so I selected "Add new executable" and in this small new window its asking for the MsBuild.exe file path and my network person installed .net core 2.1 on Linux but could find MSBuild.exe file anywhere. So I wanted to figure out a solution to "Add Task" to build this .net project and also deploy it to dev/production server with deployment step. 

Any help will be appreciated.


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Gerhard Forster
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Nov 16, 2018

Hello Uttam,

basically you have these two options here:

  1. Configure and run a remote or elastic Windows agent. As build tools on this Windows agent you may install and choose MSBuild, NAnt or MS Visual Studio.
  2. Run Mono so to run .Net on Linux. Find useful information here:



Hope this helps.

Cheers and have a great weekend,


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