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First, try to see if any other games apart from Unturned don't work (Unturned is a dodgy game on Linux) If that's the case, reinstall Steam, so you have a fresh new version of the library.


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In steam, right click Dota 2, go to properties -> set launch options. In the texbox type "-fullscreen" (without the quotes). Restart Dota 2.


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As mentioned in the comments, the solution is to remove the .deb file installed from the Steam website and do sudo apt-get install steam as it automatically installs the required libraries and packages required for the proper functioning of Steam. Edit : Check out this answer to fix the Integer parameter error that throws up.


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Install play on linux. Open play on linux. Down on the lower left hand side of the window, click on "install a non-listed program". Click next, click "install program in a new virtual drive" and then click next. Make a name for the drive and then click next. Click next again. Click "32 bit windows installation" and then click next. Wait a few minutes ...


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The app that i use and love for game-play recording is SimpleScreenRecorder. it's low on resources, and records video and sound, and is it's name suggests it's very simple to use. To install simpleScreenRecorder go to a terminal by pressing ctrl+alt+T then copy past this commands sudo add-apt-repository ppa:maarten-baert/simplescreenrecorder sudo ...


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Instead of searching for a gameplay recorder, you should search for a screen recorder. I found these two as the first two results in a Google search. Here's a good one: https://apps.ubuntu.com/cat/applications/oneiric/gtk-recordmydesktop/ -- audio and video capture Also, this is probably a duplicate of: How to create a screencast?


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You can use SimpleScreenRecorder, install it using sudo add-apt-repository ppa:maarten-baert/simplescreenrecorder sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install simplescreenrecorder if you want to record 32-bit OpenGL applications on a 64-bit system: sudo apt-get install simplescreenrecorder-lib:i386 For more info : ...


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I had this problem too. The solution is really simple. Press Ctrl+Alt+T to open terminal. In the opened terminal type: sudo su, then type your password (it will not show the password, but the system will catch your characters) and type enter. In the same terminal, after you have logged in as root, copy this: echo 0 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_timestamps ...


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You are running on an ARM processor. It's failing to load an i386 compiled binary into memory. You will need the ARM version of that binary, if there is one, to be able to run the program.


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The solution by OP Install Wine & configure it to relevant Windows version for game Open Gedit (notepad of Ubuntu)>Edit>Preferences>Plugins>select 'External tools execute external commands shell scripts'>Close Go to your .bat file>right click>Properties>Permissions>select 'allow executing file as program'>Close Double-click the .bat file, it will open ...


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Use the latest Nvidia drivers sudo apt-add-repository ppa:xorg-edgers/ppa Open the Registry-Editor (part of the package wine) regedit Create a new key Select the path below HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\ Right click and select New > Key Use the name DisabledExtensions Enter the value Double click the cell in the table in the right pane in ...


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If you can't install it directly, you can use RetroArch with a Desmume core. Works great for me. For Ubuntu 12.04 and 14.04, you can install latest version from Libretro PPA. First install the PPA on your system: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libretro/stable sudo apt-get update And then install Retroarch with Desmume core this way: sudo apt-get install ...


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I personally did not like having to go to full screen, I like being able to interact with my other monitor without losing focus on my game. I also wanted my launcher to be on the monitor to my left but have the game on my monitor to the right (which full screen doesn't allow you to do.) The only draw back so far is that I cannot get the window to draw over ...


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I'm sorry to tell you, but this is about as good as it gets: Well, that is the goal. Currently the DotA 2 client for Linux is not really performant resulting in low framerates (fps) and annoying lags. We hope this will be fixed some day. - https://steamcommunity.com/groups/LinuxDotA


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I figured it out and since all the install guides are for battle.net I made one for the Freenix server and posted it on the Freenix forum and Ubuntuforums all so. 1.) Go to the link below in a new tab and follow the download instructions. >Instead of using bitTorrent Ubuntu has a built in application called Transmission bitTorrent Client you can use to ...


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run these commands: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ia32-libs if you get an error, run this command instead: sudo apt-get install lib32z1 lib32ncurses5 lib32bz2-1.0 then, run the following commands and reboot: sudo sh -c 'echo "/usr/lib32\n/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/mesa\n" >> /etc/ld.so.conf.d/steam.conf' && sudo ldconfig source ...


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http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/32-bit_firestorm_in_64-bit_ubuntu If you take all steps here it should fix your problem, however be careful about things being removed, depending on your exact ubuntu version. Especially if your working on something later than 14.04 avoid the growl notification bit as it uninstalls some huge sections of the o/s. Do eac


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Probably the easiest thing to do would be to set it up so that all your emulators are in one folder, and then run a startup script that will open your file manager to that folder. This would allow you to turn your computer on and have that folder open and then all you would have to do is click on the emulator you want to run. Which Linux version you ...


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Read this: http://www.ubuntu.com/legal/terms-and-policies/intellectual-property-policy Canonical’s Trademarks (registered in word and logo form) include: UBUNTU KUBUNTU EDUBUNTU XUBUNTU JUJU LANDSCAPE You can use the Trademarks, in accordance with Canonical’s brand guidelines, with Canonical’s permission in writing. If you require a Trademark licence, ...


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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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