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I'm really excited to start using Godot. I've never coded with a game engine before, but I'm looking forward to it! Unfortunately, I can't install it on my Chromebook that I use (I've tried every Linux method I could find for a good 2 hours). I'd like to install the latest version, but most of the tutorials work on older versions. I'm not a computer expert, but if you have any commands I could paste in, that would be great. I use a Lenovo C330. Unfortunately, I usually get this when I try to run it:

-bash: ./Godotv3.2.3-stablex11.64: cannot execute binary file: Exec format error

When I use menulibre, the launcher starts loading and doesn't finish. Is there a way I can fix this? I'd really like to start developing with Godot.

Thank you so much!


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ARM-based Chromebooks such as the Lenovo C330 require ARM binaries. However, Godot only distributes official Linux binaries for x86.

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I'm not sure about installing it on linux for your chromebook, but you could try the web version. It's made with chromebook in mind. See the latest news here https://godotengine.org/article/godot-web-progress-report-6

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Thank you so much, this was very useful!!

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