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Updating steam platform error unable to open

[box title=Logo_Steam]https:// everybody, Since the latest update, it seems that Steam is broken with Play On Linux and Play On Mac for the most of you. Secondly, on my Ubuntu System, there is already microsoft core fonts installed.

It works with games that use the Steam Pipe content system. Create a user account named steam to run Steam CMD safely, isolating it from the rest of the operating system.

All games have been migrated from the deprecated HLDSUpdate Tool to Steam CMD. Download Steam CMD for Windows: https://steamcdn-a.akamaihd.net/client/installer/3. Do not run steamcmd while operating as the root user - to do so is a security risk. As the root user, create the steam user: Next enter your password. (Note: use forward slashes for Linux/OS X and backslashes for Windows.) It is recommended you use this command only on initial installation and if there are server issues.

ref=8571-GLVN-8711&l=english On Windows servers, you may experience "Steam Updater: Error: Download failed: http error 0" and "Steam Updater: Error: Steam needs to be online to update.

Please confirm your network connection and try again.".

Hopefully, we've found a hack that can fix the problem until wine fixes it properly. If Steam is broken with Play On Linux and Play On Mac, please follow the following steps- Close Steam (Tools - Close all Play On Mac programs to be sure)- Open Play On Linux / Play On Mac install menu- Click on Refresh - Open Play On Linux / Play On Mac configure menu - Chose the game using steam (or steam) at the left of the window - Go to Install Components tab (Or install package) - Choose "Hack Steam"Then, tell us here if it works or not for you Thank you Thank you for the quick answer. I just get a long debug log file, but since I'm very new on Linux, I'm not able to get any useful informations from the file. Now steam works, thank you all :-)I thought I was the only one...:laught: Well I bypassed the problem some other way.

I installed steam on a windows VM, took the files from /Program Files/Steam and transfered them in the directory I installed steam on linux previously.

You can restore it later without affecting storage space.


 
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