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Re: Steam Linux

Mensagempor Luis Cardoso » Qui, 27 de Dezembro 2012, 17:02

Descarregue o seguinte ficheiro de assinatura do repo do Steam:
http://repo.steampowered.com/steam/signature.gpg

Depois abra o Gestor de Software:
software-properties-gtk

Em autenticação, clique no botão importar e seleccione o ficheiro descarregado. Depois ele irá pedir para reler os pacotes, deixe proceder e depois de tudo fechado, experimente os comandos do Cláudio!
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Re: Steam Linux

Mensagempor alexmv » Qui, 27 de Dezembro 2012, 17:07

Luis Cardoso (27-12-2012, 16:02) escreveu:Descarregue o seguinte ficheiro de assinatura do repo do Steam:
http://repo.steampowered.com/steam/signature.gpg

Depois abra o Gestor de Software:
software-properties-gtk

Em autenticação, clique no botão importar e seleccione o ficheiro descarregado. Depois ele irá pedir para reler os pacotes, deixe proceder e depois de tudo fechado, experimente os comandos do Cláudio!


Já fiz e continua na mesma :S

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Re: Steam Linux

Mensagempor Luis Cardoso » Qui, 27 de Dezembro 2012, 17:15

Então vá ao gestor de software, desmarque o ppa do steam e instale este pacote da última versão do steam:
http://repo.steampowered.com/steam/archive/precise/steam_latest.deb

Visto aqui: http://repo.steampowered.com/steam/
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Re: Steam Linux

Mensagempor Rhyu » Qui, 27 de Dezembro 2012, 18:13

Ja liberaram alguns jogos ou nada ainda?

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Re: Steam Linux

Mensagempor Claudio Novais » Qui, 27 de Dezembro 2012, 19:53

alexmv (27-12-2012, 15:55) escreveu:
Código: Selecionar todos
A ler as listas de pacotes... Pronto
A construir árvore de dependências       
A ler a informação de estado... Pronto
A calcular a actualização... Pronto
Serão actualizados os seguintes pacotes:
  steam:i386
1 pacotes actualizados, 0 pacotes novos instalados, 0 a remover e 0 não actualizados.
É necessário obter 1549 kB de arquivos.
Após esta operação, serão utilizados 0 B adicionais de espaço em disco.
AVISO: Os seguintes pacotes não podem ser autenticados!
  steam
E: Há problemas e foi utilizado -y sem --force-yes

ok alexmv,

Falta então fazer um forcing À instalação do pacote. Execute o comando seguinte que faz isso:
sudo apt-get dist-upgrade -y --force-yes


Provavelmente você não usou o artigo que referimos para instalação do steam, estou certo? É que no artigo referencia mesmo isso, ora veja a flag -f que tem lá no comando:
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Re: Steam Linux

Mensagempor Rhyu » Qui, 27 de Dezembro 2012, 21:15

Somente o team fortress 2 está grátis ou eu estou vendo errado? e ele e 10GB pra baixar?

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Re: Steam Linux

Mensagempor Claudio Novais » Sex, 28 de Dezembro 2012, 0:18

Rhyu (27-12-2012, 20:15) escreveu:Somente o team fortress 2 está grátis ou eu estou vendo errado? e ele e 10GB pra baixar?

Sim e Sim! Acho que já é bem bom ter o TF2! Entretanto hoje o Serious Sam esteve com 80% (ou 85%, não me recordo) de desconto!
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Re: Steam Linux

Mensagempor nuno_nunes » Dom, 6 de Janeiro 2013, 14:35

Requisitos mínimos do sistema para rodar o Steam no Ubuntu




Não é necessário uma máquina tão potente

Estava eu dando uma volta pelo site do Ubuntu, depois de saber que o Steam foi liberado para todos os LinuxUsers, e encontrei uma informação importante que gostaria de compartilhar com vocês leitores do Diolinux.
Trata-se dos requisitos mínimos da máquina para rodar o Steam no Ubuntu.



Requisitos mínimos

- Você precisar ter uma conta na Steam ( poderá criar a partir do menu inicial do programa);
- Processador Pentium 4 de 1.0 Ghz ou um Athlon XP1500 ou superior;
- 512 MB de memória ou mais.
- Ter uma placa de vídeo, Nvidia series 6, Intel HD 3000 or better, AMD series 5 ou melhores.
- Ter pelo menos 5GB de HD, porém vale ressaltar que depois que você começar a baixar jogos irá precisar de mais.

Para aprender a baixar o Steam no Ubuntu acesse este artigo.

Fonte: Diolinux


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Re: Steam Linux

Mensagempor Ricardo JM Vieira » Qui, 17 de Janeiro 2013, 2:58

Good news everyone!!

Parece que os jogos para Linux, através do Steam, vão começar a aumentar cada vez mais. Ora vejam lá a seguinte lista:

A lista é grande e, por isso mesmo, utilizei a tag spoiler. De qualquer maneira deixo aqui também o link para a fonte.

http://www.reddit.com/r/linux_gaming/co ... _greenlit/

This is just a list of games with existing ports (and a couple newly announced) that may come to Steam on Linux and some games that have been recently been approved by Steam Greenlight. Obviously this is not a exhaustive list by any stretch of the imagination..and I still await responses for 18 or so games..but may be of interest to some.


Spoiler:
Existing games on Steam with ports / expected ports to Steam Linux:

Achron - "We're very strongly considering it! However, we've had some issues getting a single binary to work on both Debian Stable and the latest build of Ubuntu at the same time." (via email)

AirBuccaneers - "For Linux version there is more work that we have not done yet."

Anomaly: Warzone Earth - "Yup, we're gonna do that, but not sure how much time we'll need for the integration." (via email)

Atom Zombie Smasher - email sent, awaiting response

Bastion - "We're looking into adding our Linux version to Steam but do not have a time estimate and cannot make any guarantees about its availability at this time." (via email to /u/elsoja)

Beep - "Yes, I do plan to release BEEP for Steam Linux. Probably sometime in the spring though as I'm currently very busy" (via email)

Binding of Isaac - "late January"

Blocks That Matter - "We are currently talking with Valve to get access to the beta Steam Client. We were busy and missed the beta launch :( But I think on Monday we will have access to the client and the libraries!" (via email)

Closure - "Yeah been meaning to do that, just didn't feel like bugging the linux port guy about it while the bundle was running cause he was pretty swamped with work there."

Cortex Command - email sent, awaiting response

Defender's Quest: Valley of the Forgotten - "This is something I'm trying to get working this week."

Droid Assault - See entry for Revenge of the Titans & "Because all our titles use the same code, we only have to solve the problem once :)" (courtesy of /u/iamoverrated)

Dungeon Defenders - "We're gonna talk to Valve about it so no guarantee/details/etc about it happening or not, right now."

Fieldrunners - email sent, awaiting response

Gish - email sent, awaiting response

Hacker Evolution: Duality - "Yes, we are working to deploy Duality for Linux STEAM :)" (via email - /u/zainin), "Also, making exlusive version for big screen mode" (via email)...now in Store

Hacker Evolution: Untold - "We are working on it right now. It will be out as soon as possible and not later than the end of this month." (via email)

Jamestown - email sent, awaiting response

Legend of Grimrock - email sent, awaiting response

Little Inferno - "We will be providing Little Inferno to both Linux and Mac users, but no ETA announced yet" (via email)

Lone Survivor - email sent, awaiting response

Lugaru HD - email sent, awaiting response

Lume - "... as we are currently in process of porting Lume to the new Linux shop window on Steam. It should be a matter of weeks until it's up there..." (via email)

McPixel - email sent, awaiting response

Nuclear Dawn - "After this we will move onto 7.x which will bring Linux client support to Nuclear Dawn." (info from /u/iamoverrated)

Offspring Fling - "I would say its about 50/50 right now...I need to change how the final application is built. I basically need to wrap Offspring Fling with software to make it into a Linux executable, but currently I'm having some problems getting it to work for unknown reasons... until I can work out these bugs, I can't get the Linux version onto Steam." (via email)

Revenge of the Titans - "Yes, when we've got a bit of time"

Shadowgrounds - " We will probably bring the other games to Steam Linux at some point, at least Trine... but I can't promise it just yet so no ETA, there's some other issues involved (we didn't port them ourselves and they have a bit too many technical issues compared to Trine 2). But it will most likely happen at some point.", "the SG games are a bit 50/50, we sell them elsewhere but they bring a lot of support issues in their current state so we're hesitant to broaden the audience too much if we can't get the issues fixed... But we'll see how that goes." (via email)

Shadowgrounds: Survivor - See Shadowgrounds entry

Shank 2 - "I do believe we plan to make the Linux version of Shank 2 more available, however I don't have an ETA at this time. I will check that out again today and see if I can push things along." & "Btw, it looks like it could be coming at any time, I just don't know when that is. Hopefully sooner than later. "(via email)

Shatter - "Eventually - our guys are pretty tied up just at the moment, but that's the plan."

The Cave - "Plus... Mac and Linux on Steam Play!!" (picked up by /u/kamjau)

Titan Attacks - See entry for Revenge of the Titans & "Because all our titles use the same code, we only have to solve the problem once :)" (courtesy of /u/iamoverrated)

Torchlight - email sent, awaiting response

Toki Tori - "About Toki Tori 1 Linux, yes we are definitely going to bring that towards Steam Linux, but we are still not sure when" (via email)

Trine - See Shadowgrounds entry & "I think Trine is a given, just needs some time (i.e. spring)" (via email)

Vessel - "We will! Gonna fix some multithreading issues first so its fast though." (via email)

Waking Mars - "I think we're clear to submit the Linux version but our Linux programmer has been busy with other stuff. I hope we get it into the store for next week!" (Posted Dec 14th!)

X3: Reunion - Tweet tweeted awaiting response about plans for their re-port going to Steam

Zen Bound 2 - email sent, awaiting response

...

Greenlit Games - these are games that have been given the go ahead by the community and I assume a Steam Linux version (as greenlight is a Steam thing):

Asylum - Topic restating Linux support (note: release date "Halloween 2013")

Eador. Masters of the Broken World - Announcement on Linux and Mac Support (note: release date "Q1 2013")

Euro Truck Simulator - “Finally today we see the light at the end of the tunnel - Euro Truck Simulator 2 Linux port is almost finished. Very soon we should be able to start beta testing it.”

Folk Tale - Article on the game, including their support for Linux (Demo and beta expected "Q1 2013")

Gear Up - "To be released for Windows, Mac and Linux" (Release date "Spring 2013")

Interstellar Marines - Steam Linux support confirmed on their greenlight and kickstarter pages (note: release date "Late 2013)

Kentucky Route Zero - Linux version "shortly following" Windows and Mac version (note: have released first 'act' very recently)

Kinetic Void - "We will support Linux, and we can build out it, however we have not done any testing yet. If everything works fine as is, we will provide it along with the other releases otherwise we will need to do some fixes and this would delay the linux version. Linux support for Unity is still very new." (note: scheduled for release in "Q1 or Q2 2013")

Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards: Reloaded - Announcement about full support for Linux (note: scheduled for release " Late 1st Quarter 2013")

No Time To Explain - email sent, awaiting response

The Stanley Parable - "I'm going to try to get a Linux version to be released with the Windows and Mac versions. If Valve don't port the Portal 2 branch of Source to Linux in a timely manner, I will do so myself." (note: release date "TBA 2013")

War For The Overworld - Initial announcement of Mac & Linux support though linux support is stated on their Greenlight and Kickstarter pages (note: release " August 30th, 2013")

....

Note regarding Games awaiting Greenlight approval

Also see Steam Greenlight - last time I checked there were 200+ games that were hoping to get Greenlit that stated that they'd be supporting Linux. There's ones that have clearly done little development and others that just look awful, but lots of good stuff in there too (e.g. Receiver, Fotonica, Legend of Aethereus, Monster Minis Extreme Off-Road etc etc). Obviously, you can support those games that seem good by voting them up on greenlight (note: it is possible to filter for just games with linux versions stated)

...

Existing or greenlit games where the news ain't so good - Super Meat Boy, Incredipede, Spirits, Wizorb ("we have no plan to release Wizorb on Steam" via email), Amanita-design games (Machinarium, Samorost, Botanicula) - "well, we do think about it but right now we are too busy. I am sorry." (via email), Avadon: The Black Fortress ("It might happen someday, but it would require a bit of work on our end and we-'re swamped with Avadon 2", via email)

...

If anyone has any more information about existing Steam games that are awaiting Steam Linux versions, then please do say and I'll add.

Edit (15/01/13) - added Beep, amended Shank 2, credited Bastion properly, made distinction between awaiting greenlight approval and greenlit more clear, added new Greenlit games (LSL, Eador, Asylum, WFTO), added The Cave, Removed Postal 2 (it's purchasable for linux on Steam now!), added Titan Attacks / Droid Assault & Nuclear Dawn.

Edit (16/01/13) - put amanita-design games in not-so-good category, added Interstellar Marines, added entries for avadon and achron.
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Re: Steam Linux

Mensagempor Claudio Novais » Qui, 17 de Janeiro 2013, 3:15

Não consigo compreender é como o Left 4 dead foi a cabeça de cartaz da Valve para dar entrada no Linux e depois nunca mais se ouve falar dele. Não é que seja um jogo que eu goste, que não é, mas é estranho. Faz-me pensar que se calhar a notícia que ele funcionava melhor em Linux talvez fosse falsa, não sei.

Entretanto, também pergunto-me como os maiores jogos da Valve também não estão aí, nomeadamente o Counter Strike e Half Life. Se repararem muitos dos jogos que estão na lista são jogos pouco vistosos. O que é pena.
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