Package Details: unityhub 3.3.0-2

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Package Base: unityhub
Description: The Unity Hub is a standalone application that streamlines the way you find, download, and manage your Unity Projects and installations.
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Keywords: game unity3d
Licenses: custom
Conflicts: unityhub-beta
Submitter: spacepluk
Maintainer: nobbele (sinasio)
Last Packager: sinasio
Votes: 61
Popularity: 1.41
First Submitted: 2018-08-31 12:14 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2022-11-06 07:02 (UTC)

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aellul27 commented on 2022-11-28 06:09 (UTC)

Hi @sinasio, I was having an issue with unity on Arch. Using the Online Unity Asset Store ( appears to not work. After the Open in Unity button is clicked, the following message is printed to the browser logs: "" KApplicationTrader: mimeType "x-scheme-handler/com.unity3d.kharma" not found".

Joelius300 commented on 2022-11-09 07:26 (UTC)

@BujuArena I see, thank you for your insights.

BujuArena commented on 2022-11-09 00:32 (UTC)

Without switching away from Manjaro to a distro which uses Arch repositories, the more viable alternative to Manjaro stable is Manjaro unstable. Like I said though, even Manjaro unstable could have any number of unexpected differences, since it is not Arch stable.

Joelius300 commented on 2022-11-08 13:49 (UTC)

@BujuArena I know about this discrepancy but so far I have only encountered a few issues which were usually fixed by simply downgrading the AUR package. If you say don't try to use it, are there any alternatives? I mean anything more safe or stable than just manually retaining updates from the AUR if necessary? The AUR is amazing and one of the big reasons I chose Manjaro to begin with so I'll want to keep using it.

BujuArena commented on 2022-11-08 04:35 (UTC)

Please don't try to use Manjaro stable with the AUR. The AUR is for Arch stable, which is ahead of Manjaro unstable (without even mentioning that it's a completely different repository, so it could have any number of unexpected differences). Manjaro stable is so far behind that it's guaranteed to break on changing dependencies often.

Joelius300 commented on 2022-11-07 19:17 (UTC) (edited on 2022-11-07 19:20 (UTC) by Joelius300)

@sinasio Thanks! I'm sure it will solve it for Manjaro eventually but currently the package is only available on the unstable branch of Manjaros updates meaning it will probably take a week or two until it hits stable. Fortunately the issue that prompted the addition of the dependency in the first place seemingly has not yet hit stable either so in the end it'll probably all work out and until then I can just stay on unityhub 3.3.0-1.
Ps. Thanks for the addition of the dependency, I'm sure it's a good change. It should not be your responsibility to deal with issue coming from Manjaros update retention.

sinasio commented on 2022-11-07 08:11 (UTC)

@Joelius300 I can see the openssl-1.1 packages here:

Looks like it was added recently :D Does it resolve your issue?

Joelius300 commented on 2022-11-06 20:26 (UTC) (edited on 2022-11-06 20:30 (UTC) by Joelius300)

FWIW the addition of openssl-1.1 as a dependency makes it impossible to install on my Manjaro system (impossible is a hard word; pacman, pamac and yay cannot handle the situation at least not without some flag I don't know about).

It seems that none of the packages openssl, openssl-1.0, lib32-openssl and lib32-openssl-1.0 provide openssl-1.1 (and openssl and lib32-openssl are both on version 1.1.1.q-1). I had to manually install unityhub 3.3.0-1 and didn't face any issues or crashes whatsoever.

sinasio commented on 2022-11-06 07:01 (UTC)

@attishno1 @Lexito thanks for the update. I'll add openssl-1.1 to the dependencies, as the package fixes the problem.

The issue is known by Unity devs: Hopefully they'll fix the issue one day :D

Lexito commented on 2022-11-05 23:59 (UTC)

Installing the openssl-1.1 package seems to fix the libssl issue which makes Unity Hub crash at launch.