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We’ll be waiting for Unity 3D Editor on Linux very long

We’ll be waiting for Unity 3D Editor on Linux very long

I wrote to Unity Technologies an e-mail. And I got the answer:

Thank you for your email to Unity Technologies. I’m sorry you have felt forced to stop using Unity due to platform issues. The Linux community is important to us and there may be plans in the future for you guys, but for now, it isn’t in our pipeline.

Please submit your feedback directly to our development team who take all feedback seriously. You can do this here:

I submitted my feedback a long ago. I don’t believe Unity Team take these all words into considerations. The most important are profits for the company. And they think they won’t earn money on Linux. Well, they are wrong. Linux is a huge industry. It’s hard to say how many Linux users are in the world. Some people simply use Windows, but they play with Linux too. There are many, many Linux followers. And some of them will buy the license because Linux is a better platform for 3D graphics than Windows is. Alas, the power of Micro$oft is dictating terms. And Unity Community means nothing in reality.

Linux vs. Windows

Linux vs. Windows

I changed my Windows into openSuse and I’m glad. It’s one of my best decisions in my life. At last, I feel free with my computer. It’s bad many software companies are trying not to see Linux users. I’m really angry with them. The freedom would be more beautiful if every Windows software had always its equivalent in Linux. So far, it’s my dreams only. I’m a game developer, and the most powerful game engines are for Windows only. However, I won’t give up. I was forced to leave Unity 3D for Blender. Blender is a really good game engine; maybe even better than Unity 3D. Full modeling and animation support. No problems with exporting. Now, I’m learning Blender. Soon, you will get my new games. Some of them will be for free. So be patient!

Konfiguracja Wi-Fi na openSUSE/Wi-Fi Configuration on openSUSE

Konfiguracja Wi-Fi na openSUSE/Wi-Fi Configuration on openSUSE

– instalujemy sterowniki do karty sieciowej (nie ma domyślnie w systemie, bo problemy z licencją): szukać w Internecie

– system wykrywa kartę sieciową i obecność routera/modemu (być może trzeba zrestartować system)

– idziemy do konfiguracji routera/modemu: w przeglądarce wpisujemy po prostu -> okno logowania -> wpisujemy użytkownik: admin i hasło: admin -> jesteśmy w w naszym routerze/modemie -> zakładka Interfejs -> podzakładka Wi-Fi -> patrzymy typ uwierzytelnienia -> jeśli WPA-PSK, szukamy klucza (np. EA8… itd.)

– kopiujemy klucz i wklejamy w do Network Managera w systemie operacyjnym. Najpierw  klikamy połączenie bezprzewodowe -> Dodaj -> w zakładce Bezprzewodowe musi być Nazwa połączenia i SSID oraz zaznaczone Połącz automatycznie -> w zakładce Zabezpieczenie bezprzewodowe -> Zabezpieczenie: WPA/WPA2 Personal (to samo co WPA-PSK) i wklejamy nasz klucz tj. nasz EA8… itd przy polu Hasło.

– Klikamy OK. Powinno działać. U mnie działa (bezprzewodowy i przewodowy na laptopie).



– install required drivers for your Wi-Fi adapter

– the system detects the Wi-Fi network adapter and your router/modem (you may be forced to restart the system)

– go to your router/modem configuration: you should write in your browser -> log in (user: admin and password: admin) -> we are in our router/modem -> go  to Interface tab -> go to Wi-Fi sub-tab -> seek the authorization type -> if WPA-PSK, seek the key, for example EA8… etc.).

– copy the key and then paste into Network Manager in your operating system : Click your Wi-Fi connection -> Under security settings, choose WPA/WPA2 Personal (your WPA-PSK) and paste your key that is EA8.. etc. near Password.

OK. It should works.