All known workarounds are listed at https://github.com/shkhln/linuxulator-steam-utils/wiki/Compatibility.People who have tried games that make extensive use of "webshit" (chromium, awesomium, webkit)
Do you have work arounds? Every game I try like that just crashes to desktop cannot even get an error produced.
Try setting the launch options toOne major example would be Garry's mod 64bit beta branch.
%command% --no-sandbox --no-zygote.
DragonflyBSD got rid of its Linux emulation layer quite a while ago due to lack of manpower. I don't know in what state NetBSD's implementation is, however it's not anywhere close to be able to run something as complex as Steam.Would this work on DragonflyBSD or NetBSD too or there would no gpu accel?
I installed them both via the Steamuxulation installer, and have tested the windows binaries with Wine (Proton does not run), where they work. Yes, i tried running them outside of Steam - probably a mistake by a Noob. How do i run them and get an error message stating how they are broken from inside Steam ? I am new to debugging and don't know where the relevant logs are in the Steam directory.Are you trying to run them directly (that is, without Steam)?
Now, what Wine has to do with this?I installed them both via the Steamuxulation installer, and have tested the windows binaries with Wine, where they work.
Start the Steam client itself from a terminal (a graphical terminal emulator program such as xfce4-terminal), there isn't any reason not to, really. If you made a desktop entry for Steam, you can enable terminal in it's properties.How do i run them and get an error message stating how they are broken from inside Steam ?
grep -i "stack overflow" ~/.config/unity3d/*/*/*.log. Then in Steam set the launch options to
sudo pkg ins git git clone https://github.com/shkhln/linuxulator-steam-utils.git sudo pkg ins gcc sudo pkg ins linux-c7-devtools ruby sudo pkg install wine-proton libc6-shim python3 cd linuxulator-steam-utils make sudo make install sudo pw useradd steamdev -m sudo su steamdev -c /opt/steam-utils/bin/steam-install sudo su steamdev -c /opt/steam-utils/bin/steam sudo su steamdev -c '/opt/steam-utils/bin/lsu-pkg32 install wine-proton mesa-dri' cd /home/steamdev sudo su steamdev -c '/opt/steam-utils/bin/steam "steam://install/1420170"' sudo su steamdev -c '/opt/steam-utils/bin/steam "steam://install/1391110"' cd /home/steamdev/.steam/steam/steamapps/common/SteamLinuxRuntime_soldier/ sudo su steamdev -c 'mkdir com.valvesoftware.SteamRuntime.Platform-amd64,i386-soldier-runtime' sudo su steamdev -c 'tar xvfz ./com.valvesoftware.SteamRuntime.Platform-amd64,i386-soldier-runtime.tar.gz -C ./com.valvesoftware.SteamRuntime.Platform-amd64,i386-soldier-runtime' sudo su steamdev -c /opt/steam-utils/bin/lsu-register-proton echo 'close steam' sudo su steamdev -c '/opt/steam-utils/bin/steam "steam://install/280790"' sudo su steamdev -c /opt/steam-utils/bin/steam echo 'Select emulators/wine-proton in Properties -> Compatibility (per game) or Settings -> Steam Play (globally)' echo 'restart steam'
You need to show the output corresponding to your attempt to start a game. Preferably as text, videos are incredibly annoying for that sort of thing.No, steam is started in the first terminal - it interferes with entering commands, the second terminal - to continue entering commands.
I'll save myself the embarrassment.Если вы из России можите меня спрашивать на русском, так удобно.