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Created attachment 597 [details]
Screenshot for the bug.
Steps to reproduce:
1.Check out the tweetstation code from github here: https://github.com/migueldeicaza/TweetStation
2.Open the .sln file in MonoDevelop
3.Build and deploy to the device.
4.Build error appears.
When try to run tweetstation on the device, it gives the build error. Refer to the attached screenshot.
Note: When try to run any other solution on the device, it builds successfuly.
It should successfuly get build and depoyed to the device, the way it does with the simulator.
Mac 10.7 (Lion)
This is because your provisioning profile is not a generic one which can sign arbitrary applications. How did you generate it? You can work around this by simply deleting the bundle identifier from the plist file by using the plist editor (double click on Info.plist) and then a correct one will automatically be generated for you.
I tried to follow the above comments, and it works.
Hence, closing this issue.