DEB Package for Unreal Engine
Please provide Unreal Engine in a DEB Package so Linux Developers can use it .
I don't even understand how there is a Linux Section in the Q&A section of Unreal Engine when Unreal Engine doesn't even have a Linux Version .
asked Sep 20 '18 at 09:20 AM in Linux
Hi, you can compile the Linux version of the Engine using the instructions here https://wiki.unrealengine.com/Building_On_Linux .
If you are having issues with that we can help you here but in general that process is improving.
Sadly as far as I know the actual binary release is not in our near future so this is all we got. There are several things that need to be overcome before that can even happen. But be aware that there are improvements happening in both compatibility and usability of the compile process for Linux.
Edit: Please note that I do use UE4 on Linux daily and have been for quite some time, so there is a Linux version just not packaged to one particular distribution, it is up to the distro maintainers to package it or that distro(My distro does have it in a repository).
I know what you're talking about , It's Godot , but it doesn't work . I tried using Godot back when I used to use Windows 10 and it didn't work even then as well .
There's a small chance the Linux Mint Team will have a working version of Godot with 19.1 , or they could surprise us with Armory Game Engine .
Okay , Hope your team meets it's goals then . Doesn't sound like something that can be fixed in the short run , but hope your team meets success .
answered Dec 05 '18 at 01:05 PM
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