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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 Download File
linux-steam-integration-0.7.2.tar.xz 182 KB Download File
linux-steam-integration.changes 971 Bytes Download File
linux-steam-integration.spec 6.14 KB Download File

Comments for home:elimat:lsi (5)

DarthWound wrote 9 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)

elimat wrote 9 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.

DarthWound wrote 9 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.

elimat wrote 9 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.

DarthWound wrote 9 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!

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