Hello linux gurus, I just switched off of kubuntu and am trying to get off windows 10 permanently. But to do so I need to get Unreal engine working. Under the AUR package when I try to install it it is saying that I need clang above 4.0.0 when I checked I have 4.0.1 so is there a way to get this working?
Unreal engine package in AUR
here is clang-3.5 aviable at repo/extra:
And before building make shure that you do nor run out of /tmp as read here:
that looks neat, but if its still at this stage, I guess I will have to maintain the dam windows 10, I can’t have my workflow interrupted over some iffy version of unreal right now. Thanks though
Can’t you just change the pkgbuild from
Maybe will work.
Antergos (default OS) - WIN10 (abandoned)
I3wm - Mate desktop
AMD - A4 7300 Radeon graphics
16 GB ram
HD 1 TB
Linux newbie since 06/2016
I also experienced same thing long time ago when I move to antergos. I was going to compile Unreal but it needs clang 3.8.0 and I have 3.9.0
So I downgrade clang to 3.8.0 with downgrade from aur, and changing TMPDIR in /etc/yaourtrc to somewhere with lot of free space if using yaourt.