Dec 02, 2012
Although the original linux feature request has been marked completed, there is still no webplayer on linux and no stated plans for one. This request is meant to fix that.
@ARTURAZ Supporting an open source/non commercial project is actually not a bad idea. Some Wacom people are involved in Linux Wacom, or so I heard, so Unity shouldn't be afraid to do the same.
It will be truly amazing if the Web Player will be ported to also support Linux natively. It will help a lot of developers who want to develop games on Linux, and countless amout of regular users who have chosen a more open and secure OS while sticking to the PC platform.
There's Pipelight: http://fds-team.de/cms/pipelight-installation.html
In my experience it works pretty well. Unity guys just needs to endorse that and help them out, that's all.
Signed up just to vote for this. Gave all 10 votes. Wish I could give more. Unity Web Player NEEDS to be on Linux. Seriously!
This would be best
you have my blessings... now get to work!
Would it be so hard, now that the native client has been ported?
Google should integrate the Unity web player into their chromebooks. Makes it more awesome! (I know that there is a chrome export thing but with the removal of flash - there is no way for people to play Unity's games on their chromebook on their website.)
Not enough market share? If you build it, they will come.
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