Package Details: unityhub 2.4.2-2

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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
Submitter: spacepluk
Maintainer: mglo
Last Packager: mglo
Votes: 32
Popularity: 1.12
First Submitted: 2018-08-31 12:14
Last Updated: 2021-01-02 13:30

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ColonelThirtyTwo commented on 2021-02-07 01:02

Please add gconf to the dependency list - it's needed for the editor to run.

Just-Punk commented on 2020-12-10 22:29

I encountered the issue that there is not enough free space to install modules. If you cope either with that please enlarge temporarily your /tmp, e.g.: mount -o remount,size=14G,noatime /tmp

manjaro_loover commented on 2020-12-09 19:55

I've installed the latest Unity using the hub but trying to launch it I get "Error launching the editor: license is invalid".

Is there no free version for Unity linux like there is on Windows??

laurentO commented on 2020-11-09 11:31

I'm unable to start the 2.4.2 version. The following error occurs: "A javascript error occured in the main process"

Any idea ?

HunabKu commented on 2020-10-26 04:06

2.4.2 is also out

dasrow commented on 2020-09-20 21:11

unityhub 2.4 is out, do we have a chance to upgrade to this?

Qwertystop commented on 2020-07-25 15:25

Having an issue with the hub — attempting to use it install versions other than the ones provided directly in the hub, through Unity's download archive, isn't working. Specifically, the Unity Hub links on result in Unity Hub opening, gaining focus, and not actually downloading anything. The log file it keeps is not changed by this attempt and it doesn't seem to make any network requests as a result. Any idea? My web browser is Firefox and my desktop environment is Xfce, if that's relevant. The versions the hub can install work fine, as did downloading the older version manually by grabbing the tarball link out of the relevant PKGBUILD from [unity-editor]( and then pointing Unity Hub at the extracted files as a version installed separately.

m0cha commented on 2020-05-26 13:35

You have to change "${pkgdir}/opt/${pkgname}/unityhub-bin" into "${pkgdir}/opt/${pkgname}/unityhub" at line 53 in the PKGBUILD, otherwise you will get the error like "'unityhub/unityhub-bin': No such file or directory"

ShayBox commented on 2020-05-10 05:21

To solve the problem of the pinned comment, you have to skip verification, if the source isn't static you shouldn't be be verifying it per the pkgbuild guidelines.

Qjammer commented on 2020-04-17 08:21

The executable doesn't launch from the launcher because the launcher script (which can be found by running $which unityhub) is borked. In particular, the shebang is borked. It has a space between # and !, making it not run. Removing this space fixes it. This is why it launches properly from the console but it doesn't from a .desktop, running it on the console implicitly runs it in bash.