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  1. I had this problem a few months back, but I never started a thread on it, because college exams were getting close (I switched over to Debian, where steam worked). Now that I have time on my hands, I'm curious about the problem. I set up an Arch Linux VM, with Plasma 5 (The whole shabang) and installed steam. When I try to start it (from a terminal) I get this error: libGL error: unable to load driver: swrast_dri.so libGL error: failed to load driver: swrast Considering that this is probably a video deiver error, I'm not at all surprised I'm getting it here (I doubt VirtualBox guest a
  2. A quick update before I get to the problem, I am now running the Xfce version of siduction on my main system. I have been now for a few weeks, and Linux Steam and everything else I need works beautifully. Recently, I've been having the urge to play a couple of games only available for windows (mainly Skyrim, which in ludicrously cheap at the moment), and installed the Windows version of steam using wine. Pretty much everything works smoothly (I played Cloney for a while). However, when I try to go to the Steam store or community, I get a blank page and the 'loading' symbol. I came across a f
  3. Dodgy shell script triggers classic rm -rf / Steam for Linux can be hazardous for your PC's health Personally I always use compressed air to clean my pc
  4. V.T. Eric Layton

    Metro 2033 - PC Game

    I've really wanted to play this game for some time now. As many of you know, I'm a hardcore player/fan of the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. series of games. Metro 2033 has some common pedigree with that series. Not only does in take place in Russia (Ukraine for STALKER), but some of the game devs were the original group from S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Shadow of Chernobyl (Oblivion Lost). I finally got my chance to play Metro 2033 on Saturday evening. To make a long and aggravating story short.... it SUCKS! Here's why in a nutshell: Steam driven game installation failed numerous times cannot ESC out of beg
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