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How to fix broken UnityHub 2.2.2 on linux

Discussion in 'Unity Hub' started by syjgin, Dec 23, 2019.

  1. syjgin

    syjgin

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    Recently I was trying to install the latest Unity Hub, but there such error appeared: "ERROR: appimage_register_in_system : Entry doesn’t exists: .DirIcon". For some reason, latest appImage is misconfigured. But there are workarond exists: you can extract appimage contents by typing
    ./UnityHub.AppImage --appimage-extract

    in terminal after chown'ing appimage. After that, go to created "squashfs-root" directory and run the "AppRun" executable. After this, Unity Hub can be launched, but without icon. Maybe, this will be fixed in next release
     
  2. laurentOngaro

    laurentOngaro

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    Same issue for me, but this solution does not work for me.
    So I can't use unity 2019.x because it requires unityHub to run. I've installed and started successfully the 2018.3 version instead
     
  3. AskCarol

    AskCarol

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    Hey there! Can I know which Linux distro are you on? Thanks!
     
  4. laurentOngaro

    laurentOngaro

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    Hi,
    I'm on Arch Linux, using the last Gnome version
     
    Last edited: Jan 14, 2020
  5. syjgin

    syjgin

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    KDE Neon User edition 5.17
     
  6. syjgin

    syjgin

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    What happens when you trying to extract and run executable from squashfs-root?
     
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