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Linux Development Environment

To start working with the Unigine engine on the Linux platform you should install the UNIGINE SDK and additional software.

Prepare the Environment for Linux#

Install UNIGINE SDK#

Notice
You may also need to set the following environment variables:
  • Add to $LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable locations of the following directories: <UnigineSDK>/lib.
Re-login to make the changes in ~/.profile take effect.

Make sure that your terminal takes environment variables into account.
From the Terminal main menu, choose Edit > Profile Preferences > Title and Command and check Run command as a login shell box.

Additional Software#

  • Linux 3.x.x
  • GCC 4.9.2
  • Python 2.7
  • CMake 3.12.4+
  • SCons 2.5.1+
  • distcc (optional)
  • ccache (optional)

To install all required Debian/Ubuntu packages, use the following:

Shell commands
sudo apt-get install linux-headers-3.16.0-4-all gcc g++ make scons ccache libgl1-mesa-dev libxrandr-dev libxinerama-dev libopenal1 libxrender-dev libxext-dev libc6-dev libx11-dev
Last update: 2019-07-18