Whenever I try to launch this flatpak version of steam, I get an error message that says, "Couldn't set up the Steam RUntime. Are you running low on disk space? Continuing..." and then says "You are missing the following 32-bit libraries, and Steam my not run: libgtk-x11-2.0.so0 libbz2.so.1.0"
Can't use steam on Mint, hangs up doing update. Says no internet connection. fine on Ubuntu?
Only this version works for me. If you have problems with games not launching, than it is because of changes in Proton 5.13. You can change Proton version in Steam Settings/Steam Play to make everyting work again. Change it to 5.0.
Thanks for putting steam to linux ^^
Please enable access to other partitions than /, so I can add steam libraries on other parititions (eg. /mnt or /media). Also I can't find the link to the mentioned issue tracker. UPDATE: Flatseal can be used to set (filesystem-)permissions. Use "Other files" to permit access to folders (eg: /mnt/.../Games/Steam) or drives and add them to your steam-library.
I want to say a big thank you to the community that put this together, solved my problem for playing games on Mint.
As cdymrtn said in the previous comments, use this Flatpak version of the Steam client instead of the other versions in the Mint Software Manager. The other versions crash consistently.
Make sure to use the flatpak version over the one in the repos, literally couldn't get any game from the repo version to work with proton.
Works very well, but to 5 stars needs to add shortcuts to desktop
Estável e funcional, equipara-se até mesmo com clientes nativos de repositórios tradicionais. Recomendo.
Muito bom para baixar jogos no Linux.
Génial! Ça serait sympa d'avoir plus de jeux adaptés sur Linux..
Installs in ~/.var. app does not see /mnt and /media cannot add steam library on second drive
User friendly gaming on Linux with access to a huge library of cheap high-quality games. A wonderful app!
There is a lot to evolve: does not let the command work in games and hangs too much