Linux Running without displaying map

Successfully packaged Linux

Running the screen in Unity

Running the interface in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS system

How to solve the problem of not displaying the map?

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The native code appears to be missing. Did you build it by following the Developer Setup instructions?

Switch to the window platform for packaging, packaging interface

Right, because we ship binaries for Windows, so you don’t need to build them manually like you do for Linux.

How does Linux need to build them manually?

Built based on this development document

Linux is not currently a supported platform for Cesium for Unity.

It’s possible to run Cesium for Unity on Linux (others have done it), but it is not simple. It doesn’t work out of the box, and there are no step-by-step instructions available. The developer setup instructions basically explain how it’s done, but they’re written for Windows. They need to be adjusted for Linux. This is especially true if you’re trying to build for Linux from Windows. That should also be possible, but I’m not aware of anyone ever having done it.

So if you want to take this on, you’ll have to work through the process carefully, understanding what you’re doing along the way. Some knowledge of C++ and CMake will be necessary. I can probably help when you run into problems, but can’t guide you through it step-by-step.

If that sounds too difficult, I’m afraid you’ll just have to wait until we add official Linux support.

What if building Linux from Linux? Would it be much easier?

Yes, it will probably be easier. We know of people that have done that successfully, at least.

building Linux from Linux,When are you planning to launch this feature?

We have no definite timeline for it right now.

The linux version compiles successfully

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