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Bug LINUX. Manually locating Unity Editor not working.

Discussion in 'Unity Hub' started by leoamaro, Apr 29, 2022.

  1. leoamaro

    leoamaro

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    The problem is quite simple, yet extremely frustrating: when I try to add an Editor y previously downloaded from the Unity Archive, it won't be properly added to the list, and I won't even be able to use it. Say the directory structure where the editor is located is as such:
    • My stuff/
      • Editor/ (this was decompressed from the tarball)
        • (Editor files including Unity executable)
      • Unity.tar.xz
    When I use the Locate function in UnityHub, I select the executable inside the Editor folder, and a new install is added to the list, called "My stuff", no version number, and a tag that says "Linux" bellow the name, I suppose that's where the Editor's target platforms are supposed to be. Please help and thanks in advance!
     
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