Home C# Mono NLog Could not load file or assembly When Deployed to Raspberry PI
 I have just begun messing with C# on my Raspberry Pi and it seems to be going well. I am developing my C# application on my Arch Linux machine with Monodevelop and scp-ing everything in the bin/Debug/ directory to my Raspberry Pi and then running "mono my.exe". This has worked with some simple applications I have played with but I am having trouble with NLog. The executable runs fine on my development machine but I get this exception on the Raspberry Pi: mono NLogTest.exe Unhandled Exception: System.TypeInitializationException: The type initializer for 'NLogTest.MainClass' threw an exception. ---> System.IO.FileNotFoundException: Could not load file or assembly or one of its dependencies. at NLog.LogFactory.get_Configuration () [0x000aa] in :0 at NLog.LogFactory.GetLogger (NLog.LogFactory+LoggerCacheKey cacheKey) [0x0012c] in :0 at NLog.LogFactory.GetLogger (System.String name) [0x00011] in :0 at NLog.LogManager.GetCurrentClassLogger () [0x0000a] in :0 at NLogTest.MainClass..cctor () [0x00000] in <689b8644ac61434f9d79427c3bf696a7>:0 --- End of inner exception stack trace ---  It seems as if NLog can't find the config file but it is in the same directory. The simple example I am using is: using System; using NLog; namespace NLogTest { class MainClass { private static Logger logger = LogManager.GetCurrentClassLogger(); public static void Main(string[] args) { Console.WriteLine("Testing NLog"); logger.Trace("A Trace!!"); logger.Debug("Sample debug message"); logger.Info("Sample informational message"); logger.Warn("Sample warning message"); logger.Error("Sample error message"); logger.Fatal("Sample fatal error message"); Console.Write("DONE LOGGING!"); } } }  and my NLog.config file is pretty simple:   The directory on my Raspberry Pi contains the exe, the NLog.config file, and the NLog.dll. I installed the mono-runtime package from apt on the Raspberry pi. On my development machine, the Monodevelop build options for the project are set to target "Mono/.NET 4.5". I didn't think it would matter that I am developing on an x86 machine and deploying to an ARM-A machine because I thought the mono runtime would handle the architecture differences. Any help here would be appreciated, thanks.