If there is not specific describied procedure to install mono (for embedded distribution for example), installing mono on Linux is very simple. You juste have to ensure that you are using a quite recent release of Mono in order to be able to use WComp.
Use the following command on Debian and Ubuntu to install a complete distribution of mono (around 200Mo of frees pace should be available on your harddrive).
sudo apt-get install mono-complete
To install WComp, you juste have to unzip
SharpWCompContainerMonoLinux.zip where you want, to be able to us it. To be able to get WComp for Linux, you can contact us. We do not deliver Linux over the Web.
To use WComp on Linux, you just have to launch the WComp mono program (Container.exe) with the right options to use it.
mono ContainerMonoLinux.exe -h Usage: Container.exe [-h] [-n container_name] [-r beans_repository_path] [-l wcc_file] [-p port]
Here is an example on how to launch WComp Container on Linux.
cd SharpWCompContainerMonoLinux mono ContainerMonoLinux.exe –r Beans –l pathToFile.wcc –n nameOfUPnPDeviceToCreate –p 55555