Steam OS for Linux

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Steam OS for Linux

Post#1 » Sun Jun 11, 2017 2:14 pm

Does anyone here use Steam OS for Linux for gaming? I have it so I can play Crusader Kings II and when I bought CKII, I got the five year edition that came with five of the DLCs.

According to my Steam OS library, all five DLCs are installed, but when I get CKII going, I am not able to access those DLCs. For instance, The Old Gods is installed according to Steam, but I can't choose the Viking Age for a starting point for a new game.

Anyone here familiar with this and know of a solution? Thank you.
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Re: Steam OS for Linux

Post#2 » Mon Mar 18, 2019 3:19 am

I'm not familiar with Steam OS in particular, although I appreciate what it has done for gaming on Linux in general. Currently dual-booting W10 (for gaming) and Qubes OS (for general use).

I'm assuming this problem is long trouble-shot.

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Re: Steam OS for Linux

Post#3 » Mon Mar 18, 2019 3:27 am

I got this solved, yeah. I actually don't remember how, but I think I found some bug report and solution.

Steam is pretty cool. I haven't played too much with its other OSy features besides serving as a platform for Crusader Kings II, but it has browsing and other stuff. The library of games it offers is pretty extensive.
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