And with it comes the SecuROM, Tages etc...And also it will chain you to Steam DRM...Oh, Steam welcome!
on 04/17/2012 – Made popular on 04/17/2012
https://gitorious.org/tianocore_uefi_du … I_boot_USBIs the guide above is all i need when setting Windows 7 + ArchLinux in a PC with UEFI? From what i understand you do all the config in the USB driver and then you install without hassle?
Running Steam on arch 64-bitSTEAM_RUNTIME is enabled automaticallyMy output for trying to run steam; nothing happens if i try to run steam.I am using the proprietary nvidia driver (lib32 is also installed), so obviously it is not just a graphic driver issue.There was an update for steam yesterday i think, so probably thats the problem, because before steam was running like a charme.
There are a lot of people with similar problems. It is not just Steam (everything that uses hardware acceleration is affected, it seems) and it's not XMonad. It's either an nvidia or xorg/nvidia fault. Using xcompmgr is a workaround.
brizou wrote:and how how should I do that, I'm not very at ease with ln -s commandsYou can install the package: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/lib32-libudev.so.0/. It basically creates this symlink for you. Take a look at https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/St … ve_runtime if you haven't already.
Hi,I believe it's related to Catalyst drivers because game runs with open source radeon drivers. bTw i am talking about HIB pack, not steam.See my topic, seems like you're having a similar issue, at least about Microsoft.Xna :https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=156731
Have you tried wine-git?What about other non-steam games in the same or different wine prefix?If you have any steam games that can be run independently of steam (e.g. indie games), try running them in a terminal and see if you get any interesting error messages.