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Where Does Unity Hub Downloads The Files at!! and can i select platform support without unity!

Discussion in 'Linux Editor' started by MNAJIM69, Feb 5, 2019.

  1. MNAJIM69

    MNAJIM69

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    I Used The Unity Hub To Download U2019.1b But it didn't work so i Direct download it But The problem is I Don't have any Platform Support except Linux so if You can Give me direct link to download for it and the instruction on how to install it or a way to select the platform support without redownloading unity.

    Thanks.
     
  2. Advis91

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    It didn't work? Couldn't install or it gave some error?
    There was just new beta for 2019.1.0b2. Maybe it would work for you?

    Have you checked if you have all the dependencies? https://forum.unity.com/threads/unity-on-linux-release-notes-and-known-issues.350256/

    Also first hub required some additional things
    https://forum.unity.com/threads/uni...s-and-known-issues.350256/page-2#post-3625345

    Possibly doesn't change anything, but how old is your current hub version? Current version is 1.4.0 and it should show on window title. https://forum.unity.com/threads/unity-hub-v-1-4-0-is-now-available.600328/
     
  3. MNAJIM69

    MNAJIM69

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    Unity Works fine because I downloaded the 2017.2 ver before through torrent and it worked fine, I guess the problem is with my internet connection that's why I Wants Direct Link!.

    and I Have Unity Hub 1.4.0, and All The Dependencies for it.



    Like I said I Guess The Problem is with My Internet Connection, But in the first try to download Unity 2019 Through Unity Hub, Unity Hub downloaded about 75% of the package and then it cut off the download with error says "Erron in internet Connection" or something like that!, and that's Why I Want to Know Where did Unity Hub Download The Files at?!
     
    Last edited: Feb 5, 2019
  4. marcdi_unity

    marcdi_unity

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    If you're asking where the individual files are hosted, you can find 2019.1.0b2 files here: http://beta.unity3d.com/download/669ada05268b/download.html

    If you're asking where the hub downloads the files to before the install step, on Linux at the moment they're downloaded to a
    /tmp/unityhub-*
    directory.

    There may be clues as to what's going wrong for you in
    ~/.config/UnityHub/logs
     
  5. jooleanlogic

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    Thankyou. I'm on mobile connection and always get right near the end before it craps out. Takes up gigs of my data trying to update via hub.

    Does that mean if we copy the downloaded file into the /tmp/unityhub-* directory and then open hub and install it, it will treat it as if it downloaded itself and install like normal? I.e. show up in the hub?
     
  6. marcdi_unity

    marcdi_unity

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    I would recommend downloading the Editor, then extracting to where you want to install it to, and then using the "Locate a version" feature in the "Installs" tab of the hub.
     
  7. jooleanlogic

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    Oh wow, never even noticed that button there.
    You just made my life immeasurably easier.

    Also is there a base repository somewhere we can find all these releases? Your url is very specific to this one release.
    I try to always run the latest versions of 2018 and 2019 to keep abreast with bug fixes.
    Thankyou.