I had this a while ago. I made sure I had a back up of everything then reinstalled Rack, signed in and everything was OK so my library uploaded again and I copied back all my saved patches. Not the cleverest solution but it worked for me!
@s.bratel - the arm builds are debug builds and are thus not connected to the vcvrack library - all modules available as open source come precompiled with them - so for those arm builds log-in does not work by design
and it is exactly the way for install in Linux, unpacking , nothing more
it is a very common way for install software , the installers simply unpack files in certain locations
to execute simple run the “Rack” file in the package
how to run? for mostly of the modern linux s double click on the file , if it not work , check for the execution permission, (if you are usng gnome, I think nautilus not allow the execution by default, then go to the nautilus preferences, then enable “allow run files as programs” or something like that )
or from a terminal with
for the problem with the server try this, go to the Rack folder and delete the file “settings-v1.json” run the rack and logging in your account
The message about the resource directory only occurs when I delete the file “settings-v1.json” as David Rodriguez suggested.
Personally my problem is not in the launching of Rack but in the impossibility (as I indicated in my initial message) of logging in (to download the plugins in the library) with the message : No response from server
Indeed it would be great if there is a package or an AppImage for Rack …