Unity3D Complete Setup in Ubuntu using HUB

Tutorial to set up experimental Unity3d for Linux users.
1. set up hub and dependencies
2. set up Unity Editor from HUB
3. set up Intellij Rider

Marcus Parsons “If you’re looking for an editor that works natively with Linux, check out Visual Studio Code! It has C# support that you can extend with packages and it’s open source and free.”

Marcus Parsons mentioned VS Code as an alternative to Intellij Rider, which is free and can be greatly customized.

I will likely make a video of my current setup, just in case someone wants to go that route. The link should be added here when done.

 Updated Link: https://forum.unity.com/threads/unity-hub-v2-0-0-release.677485/
If Link Fails? DropBox: https://www.dropbox.com/s/9vhgf1wao14v88q/UnityHub.AppImage?dl=0

Please watch: “CSES problem #4: Increasing Array”


26 thoughts on “Unity3D Complete Setup in Ubuntu using HUB

  1. I am new to ubuntu.
    I just installed ubuntu and I wanted to install unity.
    Downloaded the unity installer and Installed it.
    But when i try to make a new project I get the following message box :

    Fatal Error
    Failed to initialize unity graphics

    Please Help,

  2. This looks like what I'm after for my son.
    My 13 year old is learning Unity, Blender and C#, but he wants Linux.
    Q. Is Rider for Linux the replacement or alternative to VisualStudio on Windows?
    Thanks for this video, it helped a lot.
    Kind regards.

  3. Hello, I don’t know if you will answer, but to me is appearing an error every time that I try to download a version of Unity in the Unity Hub, it appears an error on the bottom of the. The Hub works, but I can’t download the version of Unity I want, do you know why this happens?

  4. Hi guys. I`ve a problem with Hub. The case is I can`t add my projects to Hub. Even when I try to import them it looks like all projects just dissapear and the Hub projects windows is simply empty. Does anybody know how can I fix it?

  5. hi, I'm getting blank red errors in Unity3D console, after installation and running any project. I'm getting this in any Unity3D release. I'm on Ubuntu 19.04. Does anyone has the same?

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