Package Details: substance-painter 2019.3.3-1

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Package Base: substance-painter
Description: 3D painting software allowing you to texture, render and share your work.
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Keywords: gamedev material pbr substance
Licenses: custom
Submitter: spacepluk
Maintainer: t-ask (lehthanis)
Last Packager: t-ask
Votes: 11
Popularity: 0.46
First Submitted: 2016-07-31 06:03
Last Updated: 2020-02-19 13:56

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LordSilverMask commented on 2020-01-27 11:29 here's a link of the most latest version of SP

t-ask commented on 2020-01-02 15:47

I think, we can still provide these Substance packages. The needed download link can be found via Substance Designer AppImage logs. Let's hope Adobe will not remove them in the future.

DragoonAethis commented on 2019-12-15 20:22

Download links for old versions seem to work, so maybe it's possible to download the RPM by just substituting the proper build number in the link? (I can't see anything under licensing/subscriptions on the account management anymore, so can't say which version is the latest at this point.)

t-ask commented on 2019-12-15 19:54

It looks like Allegorithmic switched away from providing distinct versions of their software for Linux. They now to provide an Appimage-based called Substance-Launcher. I did try installing Painter with it but it seems to crash on my system right before the installation procedure starts with error: "[warn] Install canceled. Error: Error: User did not grant permission." ... so I assume, I just miss the right user rights for the Appimage to proceed with the installation.

DragoonAethis commented on 2019-12-15 14:31

I no longer own licenses for Substance and cannot update this package anymore.

DragoonAethis commented on 2019-05-10 07:22

@lehthanis Fixed, my bad, sorry.

lehthanis commented on 2019-05-10 02:39

@DragoonAethis @spacepluk I'm getting the icon png not there a way to fix that? Tried downloading it twice.

DragoonAethis commented on 2019-03-16 22:47

@spacepluk tbh I'd just remove these? I'm not aware of anything that uses these, and a quick grep through all .desktop files on my computer reveals a lot of these being set to the default value (1.0) or just missing.

spacepluk commented on 2019-03-16 21:28

@DragoonAethis hmm, it's probably me leaving the wrong version in the desktop files. I'll automate that when I have some time.

DragoonAethis commented on 2019-03-15 23:41

@lehthanis It's been a while since I've seriously used Substance, but I did experience such freezes on Intel iGPUs (and that happens occasionally under very high load in games and what not). On Nvidia GPUs everything was fine, so I used that, and everything was fine. Maybe you'd try SSHing into the machine when frozen and having a look at dmesg/journal to see why it freezes for you (OOM or GPU crash)?

Regarding updates, there's three of us keeping this fresh, and as soon as we get the out-of-date notification, we'll take care of it. Just sometimes we have a bit less free time and it takes a day or two :P Still, if you'd like to, you'd have to ask @spacepluk if he's okay with that, and the process is more or less this:

  • Download the latest package from Allegorithmic manually.
  • Edit pkgver and _build in the PKGBUILD to match the downloaded package.
  • Edit Version in the .desktop files (occasionally left out of date :P).
  • Run updpkgsums in the directory with downloaded files.
  • Run makepkg --printsrcinfo > .SRCINFO to update the AUR metadata.
  • Move/delete manually downloaded files, then try makepkg -si to check if all the files download, hash checks pass and the resultant package installs and works correctly (run the program, make sure nothing is missing from the file structure, etc).
  • If done, git add <modified files>, git commit -m "Updated to <version>" and git push origin master - after a minute or so, AUR gets updated with that.