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- Aug 26 2017, 4:39 PM (274 w, 1 d)
Oct 7 2019
That list is not entirely correct, duplicity claims support for Python 2.7, 3.6 and 3.7.
Sep 27 2019
For me it very much still is.
Mar 30 2019
I'm seeing the same issue, had a few broken unrelated packages which are now fixed. Didn't help.
The overlay works when using the native runtime, which I'm currently not using because of Proton issues in the past.
Mar 21 2019
The issue is also tracked on Steam's side over here: https://github.com/ValveSoftware/steam-for-linux/issues/6155
Dec 1 2018
Oct 27 2018
I'm bad at kernel debugging. The dmesg log is not being persisted on these failed boots, meaning journalctl -k -b -1 shows me only the last successful boot on the .5 Kernel.
Oct 26 2018
Sep 11 2018
@DataDrake I would consider this task done and ready to be closed now, wouldn't you?
Sep 1 2018
Aug 28 2018
Aug 22 2018
With thew new Steam Play announcement (https://steamcommunity.com/games/221410/announcements/detail/1696055855739350561) it's really due time to get this ball rolling.
Aug 6 2018
Jul 28 2018
At this point I'd take any solution but I'd like to keep it simple.
Just another package that is labelled unstable or something.
Jul 23 2018
Apr 20 2018
This remains a viable issue as Rise of the Tomb Raider just released for Linux and requires the latest beta drivers for optimal performance.
Apr 9 2018
MinGW would really be useful for cross compilation in general.
Jan 4 2018
The current relevant beta driver now is version 390.xx http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/128743/en-us
Dec 16 2017
If I've understood correctly the driver GUI is going away and there's just going to be a prompt that opens the SC?
Dec 9 2017
Oct 20 2017
Yes, packaging beta drivers would help my specific case and I'm certainly the last guy to say no to that but it wouldn't really help the other cases
with WiFi drivers and other less common hardware.
I also need DKMS to make using the Nvidia beta drivers feasible, which I need to make full use of my HTC Vive VR headset.
The assumption that pre-packaged drivers are always enough for everybody sadly has no basis in reality.