It is possible to tune your Mono configuration to your particular needs by using configure-time options.
A complete list of options are shown if you run the configure script with the --help option, but here we describe some important elements.
These are configuration options that the Mono team does provide support for.
If you are planning on running Mono on Xen instances, you should use the --with-xen_opt=yes flag.
This will make Mono use a Xen-friendly set of TLS operations.
This is a supported configuration option.
There are a number of options that control where Mono will install its files.
Usually Mono is rooted on a "prefix", and binaries, libraries, data files, manual pages are then based from this prefix. To customize the prefix, you pass the --prefix command line option to configure.