Lutris should be compatible with most up-to-date Linux distributions, it relies on the Python language and Gnome 3 libraries (but will run fine under any desktop environmment). The following distributions are currently supported: Ubuntu 16.04, 17.04 and 17.10 Debian 8 and 9, Fedora 24 and 25, openSUSE 13.2, Leap 42 and Tumbleweed, Arch Linux and Gentoo.

    • UbuntuUbuntu
    • DebianDebian

    Packages compatible with Debian and Ubuntu are available on the openSUSE build service.
    You can add a repository to receive automatic updates:

    For Debian
    echo "deb ./" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/lutris.list
    wget -q -O- | sudo apt-key add -

    For Ubuntu
    ver=$(lsb_release -sr); if [ $ver != "17.10" -a $ver != "17.04" -a $ver != "16.04" ]; then ver=16.04; fi echo "deb$ver/ ./" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/lutris.list
    wget -q$ver/Release.key -O- | sudo apt-key add -

    After setting up the repository
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install lutris

    • FedoraFedora
    • openSUSEopenSUSE

    Packages and repositories for current versions of Fedora and openSUSE are available from the openSUSE Build Service.

    • Arch LinuxArch Linux

    You can get Lutris from the AUR repositories:

    • GentooGentoo

    Lutris is available in portage tree:

    • SlackwareSlackware

    Lutris is available from the SlackBuilds repositories (may not be up to date):

    • Tarball packageTarball

    Lutris is available as a tar.xz package. You can run the project directly from the extracted archive but you might not have all features installed such as the browser integration or xboxdrv support. You'll need to make sure you have the necessary dependencies for Python3: PyGObject3, pyxdg and PyYAML.

    • GithubGithub

    Lutris is constantly evolving. If you want to try out the latest features or help with the development, you can get Lutris from Github:
    git clone
    Please report all problems on the bugtracker or on IRC (#lutris on Freenode)

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