Unity3D for Ubuntu: Unity is a real-time game development platform and is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Unity is basically a game engine that is capable of creating Two and Three Dimensional games, Virtual and Augmented-reality games, and also simulations. Installing Unity3D on Ubuntu is quite a challenging task yet not impossible. In this article, we will take you through the steps involved in the process of installing Unity3D on Linux Ubuntu 18.04 LTS(Bionic Beaver), Ubuntu 19.10(Eoan Ermine), and Ubuntu 19.04(Disco Dingo).
How to Install Unity3D on Linux Ubuntu 18.04 LTS/ 19.04/ 19.10- Clear Steps:
- Let us get into the process right away.
- Firstly, let us download Unity3D’s Linux Download Assistant.
- After the download, let us make it as an executable file using the following command.
- Nextly, let us add the required library files(library files, modules, etc).
We will run the Linux Download Assistant installer using the following command.
- Now the Unity Installer Assistant will run. Click on Forward on the first step.
- Accept the terms and Forward.
- Choose the required components such as Android build support, iOS build support, Mac build support and more. Click Forward. By default, Unity 2018.2.7f1 and the Documentations will be selected.
- The next step is to specify the location of files downloaded during installation. I prefer to keep downloaded files on the Downloads folder and then click Forward.
- The downloading Unity process will start now. Please wait until the download completes.
- After the download, Unity will be installed.
- As Documentation is selected by default, it will also be installed.
- After the complete installation of Unity, click on Finish. Make sure that the Launch Unity checkbox is checked to launch the unity3D application.
- Before working with Unity, there are a couple of steps remaining and let us complete them. The following are them.
- Open Terminal and execute the following commands.
- After executing the above commands, Unity3D is ready to operate now. You can open Unity3D via terminal.
Logging into Unity3D:
- You need to login with your Unity credentials or via Gmail or Facebook.
- When you are using Unity for the first on your system, you will be asked to accept the Software License Agreement.
- Nextly, you need to check up with your Product License.
- Configure your Profile.
- That is it. You are now into Unity.
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