From the related question here the first I did was purging Steam
The next step would then be to also remove related files in
~/.local/share/Steam and in addition to the answers from above
One thing makes me believe there still will be more to do. The reason I purged Steam in the first place was that on other user's account we get a message to install Steam on every login:
This will definitely not come from files in my home directory, and can also not be from a system-wide Steam package, as this was purged as can be seen from the Synaptic window in the background of the shot above. Also in the other user's accounts there is no
~/.local/share/Steam directory. Autostart applications in
/etc/xdg/autostart have no Steam related entries.
Where do I have to look for this "installer" to also remove it? Will there be any other Steam-related files cluttering my drives?
Here is running 12.04 LTS amd64 on a productive desktop. Steam was installed initially from the Software Center.