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We have a fix for this and will push out a new package to resolve it.
I am not entirely sure what you mean by removing the non-dev mono build from Linux
I would direct you to https://forum.unity.com/threads/linux-il2cpp-cross-compiler-packages-now-available-in-preview.975693/
We are aware of this issue and are working to resolve it.
Starting in 2019.4, we introduced IL2CPP support for Linux, which allows developers that build on Linux to gain the performance and scalability...
Our position is the same on that front if the issues are reporducable on the supported distros then we will provide support.
Can you you report a bug for this and create a new thread outside this one for this issue :D
So the position here is we only explicitly support the canonical based LTS releases, and not the Ubuntu based distros and the reason for this is...
As we continue to improve our Linux offerings, we would like to discuss some upcoming changes around the current distros we support for...
Can you please file a bug for this
No this is not something that is possible at the current moment.
So there is likely nothing Unity specific about this issue since we just are using the sound card for things and the OS regulates the output.
Ahoy, Nothing comes to mind right away why this would be an issue, have you reached out the firebase folks and asked them if they have seen any...
Do you happen to have the bug number ?
Posting logs would be useful
This has generally been caused by a hub installation issue where content doesn't goto the proper folder for the playerback engines. Also we only...
Should be specific here in that while yes Redhat 7 is the "same" as CentOS 7, at this moment we do not test on Redhat anything only CentOS which...
On top of that its likely an issue with mono, so getting some more information as to where the files are saving to would be good.
Yes we are aware of the meta file issue :( and are working on a resolution to that.
There has been no change in our support policy at the moment around ARM for Linux