For some reason my Steam just broke today after working perfectly since I installed it a few days ago.
It was originally installed via the deb from the Steam site. So I uninstalled that using the Ubuntu Software Center. Then I installed steam-launcher. When I run it from the menu it does nothing at all.
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.
I have recently installed Ubuntu 12.04 x64 where my friend is helping get started with this OS. We tend to communicate through Steam. I've installed Ubuntu about 3 days ago and installed Steam using the Ubuntu Software Centre. Only just yesterday, I've been having these really weird connection issues with Steam. Where it cannot connect to the Steam network.
Steam for Linux has been officially released for a while now, but the development on the beta branch continues and Valve is adding more features and fixes.Highlights of Steam for Linux Beta:• The web page load indicator has been fixed;• steam://flushconfig URL command has been added, which clears the local Steam client configuration;• The runtime been updated with the final SDL 2.0