GDevelop on Ubuntu 18.01 LTS

Hi, when will be released the version for Ubuntu 18.01 LTS
Thank you :slight_smile:

GD5 can run in Ubuntu 18.04 I guess, GD4 is no longer under development :confused:

Hi, i do export the files from gdevelop-5.0.0-beta52.tar.gz package, next i run the GDevelop file.
but does not work.

Give to the executable permission to be executable, right click on the gdevelop file >> Properties >> Permissions >> Allow to execute file as a program :slight_smile:
Also, try to run it from the terminal:

cd your/path/to/gdevelop5 // or open the terminal in the gd5 directory ./gdevelop

If you get it to run but the scene editor graphics are glitched, you’ve to run gdevelop without the gpu:

./gdevelop --disable-gpu

Not Work :blush:

What is the error when you run it from the terminal?

./gdevelop: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

There is a small problem with Ubuntu 17.04+, is not installed, do it yourself:

sudo apt-get install libgconf-2-4

Then it should works fine, thanks to let me know, I will report it :slight_smile:

install the lost libgconf-2-4 file from terminal, the program is open and works fine now.
Thank you for your help :smiley: