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There is something wrong there. I've installed steam twice on two different systems and I know from experience that when it is installed properly, it performs its own updates, rather obsessively, every time it's opened. I would like to propose you do as I do and only use terminal for those rare occasions when you need to do something you cannot do any ...


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Edit the desktop entry: sudo nano /usr/share/applications/skype.desktop Change the Exec to: Exec=env PULSE_LATENCY_MSEC=60 LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/mesa/libGL.so.1 skype %U This runs: LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/mesa/libGL.so.1 before running skype when you start it with the launcher / desktop entry. It should run fine after that ...


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My bad, my language was in english, that's why my games were in english. Attention, the servers localization is not the language of games. That's why I was disturb.


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I did the following $ tar cjvf ~/.steam/gcc_libs_backup.tar.bz2 $(find ~/.steam | grep -e libstdc++ -e libgcc_s) && rm $(find ~/.steam | grep -e libstdc++ -e libgcc_s) and then everything worked. If it's necessary you'll have a backup of the libraries in ~/.steam/gcc_libs_backup.tar.bz2


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You cannot just copy installed files from Program files and start playing with wine. It wont work, wine will not be able to load all files and play. I try this on NFS:most wanted and counter strike 1.6. since these games of less size and graphics and didnt play well, new games of bigger size will also have same problem. If you can install the game using ...


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If it is not possible to find in the Software Center and not possible to install .deb file, then add the source in the software center manually. Source = deb http://repo.steampowered.com/steam/ precise steam Now possible to install it ! sudo apt-get install steam


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I just got this to work by reading how some Windows users got it to work. You just need to add "-sllent" to the startup command. I did this by using Startup Applications. Scroll down till you see Steam, select it and then click Edit. Change the command to look like this: /usr/bin/steam %U -silent I think this also removes it from your Unity panel which ...



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