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I don't think you need to actually install it. Please open a terminal and do: cd ~/Downloads/linux64 Or wherever you extracted the file. If yours is a 32-bit system, then: cd ~/Downloads/linux32 In either case, next do: chmod +x campfire ./campfire Play and enjoy!


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The minimum requirements on the games website are: Minimum OS: Windows 8.1 64 Bit, Windows 8 64 Bit, Windows 7 64 Bit Service Pack 1, Windows Vista 64 Bit Service Pack 2. DirectX 10 I remember that there was such a package for Windows Media Player 10 (the last version for XP) which basically added playback functionality for newer formats, but I'm not ...


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The latest kernel update (kernel ending in '59') on 14.04, and which I installed today, has somehow blocked use of certain parts of my computer's file system. I'm no expert, but the last readable message during boot ended with 'file system blocked'. No idea why, but previous kernels seem to be working OK, and allow Steam to install/access games with no ...


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I've had some success launching apps through wine from the Linux Steam client. As Michael suggests, you need to use a shell script to launch them. For example, I use this to launch path of exile, named poe.exe: #!/bin/bash unset LD_PRELOAD export WINEPREFIX=/media/stephen/d_extra/PoE/ export WINEDEBUG=-all cd $WINEPREFIX cd drive_c cd "Path of Exile" wine ...


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You'll have to enable Basemosaic in the Nvidia driver to get all monitors working together, when Xinerama is enabled.


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You must enable that plugin sudo pipelight-plugin --enable unity3d


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From the Steam website, you can download the Windows version of steam. go here and click the "Windows" link right below the install button. http://store.steampowered.com/about/ Next, run Windows steam using wine (I'm assuming you have wine installed from your comments). Optional: set WINEPREFIX to a special path if you want to isolate Steam from other ...


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For me, SDL2-2.0.3 was used. -> Had trouble with no video driver found. typed sudo apt-get install xorg-dev did another ./configure and it reported this Assembly Math : mmx 3dnow sse sse2 Audio drivers : disk dummy oss Video drivers : dummy x11(dynamic) opengl X11 libraries : xcursor xinerama xinput2 xinput2_multitouch xrandr xscrnsaver xshape ...


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There are a few ways to do it, you could download steam for windows using wine then download the games, or if you had enough ram you could use virtualbox with a windows os. and if you're a hardcore gamer you could download windows alongside ubuntu.


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I wound up running steam --reset That got the the steam client to launch again and load the ui. It did show the following errors but continued loading This might be helpful though. I just ran steam --reset and then tried again. Now I am actually getting some errors You are missing the following 32-bit libraries, and Steam may not run: libv8.so ...


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The only build for Trusty is the current unstable build. That might be fine or you could build the development copy from source. This is all extremely documented. Here's how I'd install from the unstable packages: Download the SDK deb installers and install. Optionally do the same for the samples (same link) Follow the tutorial to test the samples. ...


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Try other (older/newer) Wine versions. Some programs work better with different versions of Wine than the ones provided by APT. Various versions of Wine can be easily managed with PlayOnLinux. To install POL, run the following command: sudo apt-get install playonlinux PlayOnLinux brings installation scripts for various pieces of software. Unfortunately, ...


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Here is another method. That might work. Go into terminal and type in this command winecfg This should open a menu that will have some features on it. Go to sound and hit test sound to see if it is working. You can maybe mess around a little bit here to select your default system input and output sounds. I have mine all set to system default. Although I ...



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