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Unity3d on a lenovo ideapad with mx linux os

Hello.How do i install unity3d on my computer my computer is an lenovo ideapad 110s and the operating system i use is mx linux.One of the reasons i need unity3d is because i play vrchat and im going to create my own models for the game.And will i be able to install a graphics card on my computer?

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For unity3d, Linux is not mentioned as an option in https://unity3d.com/unity/system-requirements , so I doubt if it's possible. Maybe better ask in their own forums in https://forum.unity.com/ .

A laptop is what it is. You can add RAM and replace the hard disk, and that's it.

From our review https://www.cnet.com/products/lenovo-ideapad-110s/review/ : "The Lenovo Ideapad 110S is a simple but capable budget laptop for those with basic needs and who don't want to make the Chromebook leap.' Your need is not basic, I'm afraid."
Moreover, it seems it usually comes with Windows 10. Why did you overwrite this with Linux?

Post was last edited on December 20, 2017 8:31 AM PST

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Looks like no.

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"OS: Windows 7 SP1+, 8, 10, 64-bit versions only; Mac OS X 10.9+.
Windows XP & Vista are not supported; and server versions of Windows & OS X are not tested."

I can't guess why you installed mx linux since it's not on the list.
Also, I can't guess why the Lenovo web browser machine.

Next time ask if you are shopping for the cheapest possible machine for such work. Here's what I found for 200USD.
https://www.groupon.com/deals/gs-hp-elitebook-2560p-12-5-i5-4gb-320gb-refurbished?deal_option=f3116015-0720-472b-a99b-8d5ac2ac057e

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