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Struggling to post Webgl build on Unity Connect

Discussion in 'Unity Connect' started by DGT93, Aug 28, 2019.

  1. DGT93

    DGT93

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    Hi

    I'm trying to post my first game on Unity Connect but when I try and upload my zipped Web GL file I get this pop up error and the upload fails:

    "
    open /tmp/ed03a209-b440-441a-bfbb-b6d5d5c8698a/Build: no such file or directory
    "

    I've tried disabling extensions, changing browser (Chrome and Edge) and changing zip software but don't know how to debug this further. Any suggestions?
     
  2. Blitz85

    Blitz85

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    There two ways of uploading your project on connecting
    1. From the editor (preferred)- Go to Windows ->package manager -> search and install "Share WebGL Game" and then Go to Windows-> Click "Share Webgl Game " and follow the guidelines
    2. Through Connect Post Project - Check whether your zipped build file has build folder, TemplateData folder and index.hml file before uploading.
    If it still doesn't work I'd suggest you send your zip file to us and we will investigate more
    Email ID - connect_support@unity3d.com
     
  3. Crazy_Heg

    Crazy_Heg

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    Turn the build folder into a zip, then drag it into the ''Upload your WebGL file'' section.Compress the build file,not the whole project.
     
  4. jimbster

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    Is this available only to upgraded versions of unity? My free version does not seem to allow downloading this package through the manager..
     
  5. jimbster

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    Ok, figured it out on my own, all I had to do was to show preview packages from advanced options in the package manager - if anyone has the same problem. ;)
     
  6. hcuiad

    hcuiad

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    I had the same problem before, and using Share Webgl Game plug-in successfully solved it, just for reference for those who have the same problem and many thanks as well.
     
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