If anyone is interested in installing Mono 3.2.3 on Fedora 19, here is what I did. Note that if something breaks and your favorite app quits working then it’s all on you 😉
I found that someone out there had built Mono 3.2.3 RPMS for Fedora and created a repository. However, since I was unable to find a .repo file, I went ahead and created this one:
[mono_linet] name=Mono 3 repository baseurl=http://yum.linet.dk/opensource/fedora-19-x86_64/RPMS/ enable=1 gpgcheck=0
Once this is done, do a yum update and you should be good to go.
However, I noticed I could no longer run KeePass on my system. I had followed the instructions found here and use KeePass on my computer, phone, and tablet. With Mono 3.2.3 KeePass wouldn’t work. Simple fix is to change to /usr/lib and run the following command:
sudo ln -s /usr/lib64/libgdiplus.so libgdiplus.so
This should make KeePass run again. Note you’ll get some errors on close if you run it from a console. These appear to be harmless.