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No system tray icon of Steam

Remove steam from /etc/wingpanel.d/ayatana.blacklist
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Is elementary OS performance suitable for Games and Steam?

Because this is a subjective question I’m sure you will get different opinions here (especially as it is an elementary OS User forum). Firstly elementary is stable (I have similar specifications to ...
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Switching apps/screens in Steam

I would try the workspace navigation shotcuts, like Super(Windows)+left. The following issue might be relevant: https://github.com/elementary/gala/issues/131
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(SOLVED) apt-get is trying to uninstall everything I've ever installed!

I finally got it fixed. I had to remove the apt.llvm.org repository from the sources.list. Then I could use the Force Version command in Synaptic to switch over to using LLVM builds from the kisak ...
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How do I go about improving my game performance on eOS?

The Intel graphics card (integrated in your CPU) is most likely enabled by default instead of the nvidia card. Even after installing the appropriate nvidia drivers, you'll have to tell the OS to ...
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Steam in Juno- how to install

Hey I had the same question! I installed STEAM instead of STEAM Installer. It worked just fine, logged in, installed games, selected steam play + proton and running games, really happy about it :) ...
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Steam Play and Nvidia drivers

You can grab the latest proprietary NVidia drivers from: https://launchpad.net/~graphics-drivers/+archive/ubuntu/ppa To add the PPA you will need to install software-properties-common with: sudo apt ...
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Steam installed but doesn't launch

Open that package again with gdebi and remove it. You have steam on the official repositories so just open Appcenter, search for Steam and install it. Another method is to use the command line: ...
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Is elementary OS performance suitable for Games and Steam?

I suggest reading these two articles since I can't be any better in stating my point of view. (I will put a extract of them for those who want to decide if the articles are worth reading): "A ...
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Steam cannot be installed because of missing 32-bit libraries

I'm not sure if this is a fix, as I am a newb to linux, but I am also having issues installing steam. I got the same error, and I was able to resolve it by using the following command in terminal: ...
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Steam cannot be installed because of missing 32-bit libraries

One of these should do the trick. Test if it opens after each one and report back? sudo apt install steam sudo apt install libgl1-mesa-glx-lts-utopic:i386 sudo apt-get install --reinstall libgl1-mesa-...
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Steam Installing but not running

You could try installing steam from app center built into elementary! Just search steam and hit the free button.
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Steam Installing but not running

It looks like you're missing xfonts required to launch steam. You can install them with sudo apt-get install xfonts-75dpi. Then log out, log back in, and launch steam again. If that fails try sudo ...
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Slow performance issues in elementary OS vs OpenSUSE?

Okay, I updated the system ram from 4Gb (actually 5Gb, don't ask) to 8Gb and now my test case (load the steam game Ark) provides the same results - it loads in 1min 40 on both ElementaryOS and ...
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