[Linux] Apt-get don't install GDevelop.

Hi! I find GDevelop interesting and want to install it but i can’t use the apt-get method of installing.
I’m going to try and make it from source but i might be forced to use apt-get since my linux knowledge is limited.

Hi Hermonella,
did you add the repositori via terminal as described on the homepage?

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:florian-rival/gdevelop sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gdevelop
This only works on 64Bit versions of Linux though.
If you have a 32Bit system you’ll need to compile the code yourself as described
here and here.

I got Ubuntu x64_86, which after my googling is a 64bit install. or do i need a release that specifically says x64?

x64_86 is fine.
Do you get any errors in the console when you enter the install commands?
What version of Ubuntu do you use. The package for the current Ubuntu 16.10 isn’t ready yet.

oh, that is the version of ubuntu i use. Darn it.
Is there a ETA on when it will get updated?

Victor created an issue on github about that. You can follow it here:

Remember that you can always compile the source code yourself. It is quite easy and described in the two links in my first post.