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OpenGL 4.0 is not supported in Linux for Intel graphics adapters yet. 4.1 should be supported by Mesa 11.0, that planned to be released in September 2015.


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Whether or not you have OpenGL 4 support depends on your hardware and drivers. If you use the open-source graphics stack, which I suspect you are, you do not have OpenGL 4 support because mesa does not support it. If you use Intel's integrated graphics, you have no choice but to use the open-source drivers and you cannot play these games. If you have an ...


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This problem is caused by the Steam's old bundled version of libstdc++. Possible solutions: (from https://github.com/ValveSoftware/steam-for-linux/issues/3273) Redirect steam runtime's symlink for libstdc++.so.6 to the systems. Replace XX with the version of your system's libstdc++. You need to update this when libstdc++ is updated. $ ln -sf ...


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This problem is caused by the Steam's old bundled version of libstdc++. Possible solutions: (from https://github.com/ValveSoftware/steam-for-linux/issues/3273) Redirect steam runtime's symlink for libstdc++.so.6 to the systems. Replace XX with the version of your system's libstdc++. You need to update this when libstdc++ is updated. $ ln -sf ...


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The dota 2 Reborn, is not yet officially released for all platforms. It is mentioned in their release page in multi platform section. The source 2 engine that is used for the game is not yet compatible with the linux and mac versions. Since you are using 15.04 beta, there are more likely chances of getting these errors. "We're still putting the finishing ...



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