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What should make Unity drop it? I doubt that it depends on 32 bit.
If bugs in Arch are reproducible in Ubuntu, why not? Otherwise it is Arch problems.
There are two types of space that might be not enough. First one is the space where the Hub temporarily downloads the archive, and there is no...
Haha, noone have done for the promotion of Linux more than MS.
Sorry for the offtop.
Bug maybe. Try older version of the Hub.
Forum thread is not
Since you actually got it from forum, you should make sure that you've installed all dependencies listed in the thread.
Official installers are only for windows and macos, so you've got the wrong file. Use Unity Hub...
Well... Don't you run Hub with root privileges?
So, what's a problem to show the required location to the Hub?
In what universe mac os is a Linux distro?
No, you have to change your GPU to Nvidia.
Dual boot with what? Windows? And you're trying to install Unity on the windows partition with FAT32/NTFS, right? But it is useless! Windows file...
May we have some comparison... in video, maybe?
Nvidia drivers with the support of Vulkan, i suppose version 415
Ubuntu is a pretty well documented distro. Why don't you just refer to it's manual?
Check out through the whole topic named "Unity on Linux: release notes and known issues".
Well... In some cases it may be even more reliable. To say about new 2018.3.0f2: I've seen some issues from win users: one has no Package Manager...
Doesn't it depend on support of HiDPI in the environment? There is a topic around here, in which this issue is discussed.
What the hell for are you running the installer with sudo?
Have you installed all appropriate dependencies (list of which you can find through...
Go to settings (gray gear icon) and set the installation destination folder to your home folder.