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Linux Steam Integration

Linux Steam* Integration is a helper system to make the Steam Client and Steam games run better on Linux. In a nutshell, LSI automatically applies various workarounds to get games working, and fixes long standing bugs in both games and the client.

Source Files

Filename Size Changed Actions
baselibs.conf 52 Bytes 4 months ago Download File
linux-steam-integration-0.7.2.tar.xz 182 KB 6 months ago Download File
linux-steam-integration.changes 971 Bytes 3 months ago Download File
linux-steam-integration.spec 6.14 KB 3 months ago Download File

Comments for home:elimat:lsi (5)

Alexandre Singh DarthWound wrote 4 months ago

Hello, thank you for trying to add an up-to-date version of LSI in openSUSE. As a Steam moderator and heavy gamer I love this tool and it's what I miss the most from Fedora which had a dedicated Copr.

I tried to install it after adding your repo but:

sudo zypper in linux-steam-integration -> nothing provides alsa-lib(x86-32)

sudo zypper in linux-steam-integration-libs -> nothing provides alsa-lib(x86-32)

Matthias Eliasson elimat wrote 4 months ago

@DarthWound: This package is not ready for use as it is a work in progress. I can ping you when its completed so you can test it out.

Alexandre Singh DarthWound wrote 4 months ago

It's what I guessed, but wanted confirmation :) yeah I would love to be notified when it's ready. Thank you so much for this package! Have a nice day.

Matthias Eliasson elimat wrote 4 months ago

@DarthWound: I have made a working build for Tumbleweed so if you are on tumbleweed you should be able to test now. Just launch steam with lsi-steam instead of steam. Will also make it work on Leap later on.

Alexandre Singh DarthWound wrote 3 months ago

@elimat thank you man, didn't receive a notification for this reply but just saw your post on Reddit. I'll try that and report any issue. Finally I'm able to play my games flawlessly on Tumbleweed!