Setting up Linux version

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See the PCSX2 Documentation/Compiling on Linux document.


Official images for Linux are listed here. Other distro packages are third party builds and they are not supported.

GNU/Linux distribution packages

Arch Linux

If you are running 64-bit Arch Linux, you will need to enable access to the multilib repository, so you can obtain 32-bit libraries. You can do this by uncommenting the following lines in /etc/pacman.conf:

Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist

Next, you can simply install PCSX2 using the package manager:

pacman -S pcsx2


openSUSE users need to add Packman repository. This will add the repo for version 13.2:

zypper ar -f packman 

If using a different version of openSUSE (13.x, Tumbleweed, Factory) please visit Packman

(please only install the i586 package, x86_64 one has problems and so far is unsupported)

zypper install pcsx2.i586


You can install PCSX2 from the rpmfusion-nonfree repository.

# dnf install pcsx2