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Linux Support

The current banding only mentions Windows and Mac for the new client, but a not insignificant portion of modders use some form of linux as their daily driver OS.

  • Team Overwolf
  • Jul 1 2020
  • Shipped
  • Sep 10, 2020

    Admin response

    PC support will roll out first followed shortly by Mac.
    Linux support will be addressed later on.

    We realize there are Linux OS gamers and creators and want to offer them the CurseForge experience, however we require time.

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  • Guest commented
    3 Aug 08:33am

    I hope most mod creators realize it is a better idea to release their modpacks on

  • Guest commented
    18 Jul 02:24pm

    Why is this marked as Shipped? There is no Minecraft support for the client, the one game that most use the client for. It is far from "Shipped".

  • Guest commented
    7 Jul 11:16am

    i like how its 2020th of july, but devs still didnt make linux support :D (im using linux btw)

  • Guest commented
    2 Jul 11:21pm
  • KG commented
    10 Jun 04:11pm

    So, as it stands, there's no Minecraft support in the Linux CurseForge client, but modpack installation through third-party tools appears to have been stripped from the API.

    Exactly what is the suggested installation route for Linux users right now?

  • pneen koala commented
    2 Jun 01:27pm

    Still waiting on Minecraft support in the CurseForge app...

  • Guest commented
    1 Jun 01:07am


  • Guest commented
    26 May 11:28am

    Yall killed third party apps by changing API and if that wasn't enough, pushed out a launcher that doesn't even have the one game that most people would use it for which is Minecraft. I hope mod creators decide to host their modpacks elsewhere for real.

  • Guest commented
    23 May 07:15am

    Well I hope someone with an actual brain buys curseforge off of you and makes a Linux client before disabling third party apps.
    Tldr: You guys are some of the worst planners in the history

  • Guest commented
    23 May 02:49am

    will you be able to get modpacks on the new curseforge in minecraft.

  • Guest commented
    22 May 08:02pm

    when will the linux on minecraft come out.

  • Guest commented
    22 May 04:18pm

    Thank you for killing the whole linux modpack scene by restricting the use of third party clients, WITHOUT EVEN OFFERING a linux curseforge app. Just in time for the steam deck, well done.

  • Derrick Mehaffy commented
    22 May 01:50am

    So you kill the f*cking mod API for minecraft before you have a proper linux client and now all the 3rd party linux clients are broken. Well done you are some horrible devs.

    Congrats :clap:

  • Snow commented
    12 May 03:49am
    Thx for your work Devs. I still gonna wait till MC is supported, because I don't play WoW :)
  • Scot Hale commented
    11 May 11:41pm

    Should we create a separate idea for Minecraft Linux Support?

  • Epical Epical commented
    11 May 06:10pm

    It launched, but only for WoW? Isn't Minecraft the most played game on Linux?

  • Guest commented
    8 May 01:06pm

    There's already a nice linux client for WoW call wowup. However it's loosing support since curse isn't allowing a way for it to use the API, which is really sad IMHO

  • Guest commented
    18 Apr 08:14pm

    Any news on a release? I'm hoping to run this instead of through proton, or manual install, when the steam deck gets here and a linux version would be prefered.

  • Guest commented
    17 Apr 11:59pm
    What I mean by that is Linux doesn't do anything for itself is it it's an entire emulator it's the entire os or os depending what you run is just an emulator it's just layer after the layer and even though it doesn't have any emulators technically the whole thing is an emulator so you can't say that it doesn't have an emulator because the whole thing is
  • Guest commented
    17 Apr 11:57pm
    Ok you know how someone said that Linux doesn't have an emulator system well the Linux system is an emulator
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