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install a proprietary driver Since you are gaming this is the first thing you should do. You need to enable non-free sources so: Open Ubuntu Software Center go to Edit -> Software Sources Enable the "Proprietary drivers for devices (restricted)" option. Close the Software center run sudo apt-get update to make sure things are up to date go to your systems ...


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Check your ~/.fonts folder. If this folder is empty, please download SteamFonts and extract the content of this archive to your ~/.fonts folder. After a steam restart the fonts should be back.


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The command apt-get update only refreshes your sources; it doesn't do anything else. What you need to do is run this: sudo apt-get install '^libc6.*' That will install the required package for you.


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By default Steam stores games in your home directory (hence home partition) under ~/.local/share/Steam, not in the root partition - Steam I don't think is made to have games available system-wide. When you install a game it gives you a option to install it elsewhere: As you can see above, I have created a folder extra in the root partition under which I ...


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While this is still an issue for me, I've found a workaround. By adding primusrun to the shortcut, it reliably launches in fully functional form the first time after rebooting my machine. Any subsequent launches are likely to blackscreen, but the first one almost always works. Another workaround is to install SKSE (Skyrim Script Extender), create a ...


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In order to easily install all the libraries you can use the terminal command : sudo apt-get install ia32-libs Hope this helps.


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Do this: sudo apt-get install --reinstall libgl1-mesa-glx:i386 This will install packages to support 32-bit libraries on your machine.


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U don't need to create /boot. If u want have 2 systems, u can install grub on /.(/ would have 10/20 GB) So 2 partition(/,/home) will be good and u can choose where install game on steam. If u have more than 4/8 GB don't create swap cause it ll be not used.


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BUMBLEBEE is solution. Now all steam games I have work perfecly (inc. performance-intensive War for Overworld). Thank you again. sudo apt-get install bumblebee-nvidia


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Did you install via -Wine or without -Wine? Anyhow I would just reinstall Steam via the terminal. sudo apt-get install steam -y A restart of your computer is needed. After restart do an update. sudo apt-get update As a side note I've experienced that if you are running AMD you should install steam and do updates before installing AMD drivers. Hope ...


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You probably have a different Steam package installed than the one provided in the Ubuntu 15.04 repositories. I suspect you installed Steam on your 15.04 system with the package in the upstream (Valve) repository, by downloading the .deb file from http://steampowered.com or by enabling the software source for it manually. Running apt list -a steam on my ...


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You don't install the games with PlayOnLinux. You will have to install them from within Steam, as they are Steam games.


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Make a script nohudrun like the primusrun is done: #!/bin/sh old_key="$(LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib dconf read /org/compiz/integrated/show-hud)" LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib dconf write /org/compiz/integrated/show-hud "['']" "$@" LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib dconf write /org/compiz/integrated/show-hud "$old_key" And invoke it like that: nohudrun primusrun ...



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