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How do I open Counter Strike Source (or any other) using optirun?
Hi, my Steam is installed under ~/.local/share/Steam and games are being installed automatically at ~/.local/share/Steam/SteamApps/common and my Counter Strike Source is at ~/.local/share/Steam/SteamApps/common/Counter-Strike Source

Do I need to open the game manyally using optirun? Or can I just open Steam using optirun and load my game from Steam client? If I have to open the game manually using optirun, which file do I have to open using optirun to play Counter Strike Source?
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DerRidda 1. Feb. 2014 um 17:30 Uhr 
Right click the game you want to run with optirun > Properties > Set Launch Options
and enter the optirun command you wish to use followed by %command%, this will start the game with optirun every time you launch it through Steam.
Sunr' ever 1. Feb. 2014 um 20:01 Uhr 
Ursprünglich geschrieben von DerRidda:
Right click the game you want to run with optirun > Properties > Set Launch Options
and enter the optirun command you wish to use followed by %command%, this will start the game with optirun every time you launch it through Steam.

Where do I right click, in the Steam client or in the file within the file navigator?
Ursprünglich geschrieben von Revernus:
Ursprünglich geschrieben von DerRidda:
Right click the game you want to run with optirun > Properties > Set Launch Options
and enter the optirun command you wish to use followed by %command%, this will start the game with optirun every time you launch it through Steam.

Where do I right click, in the Steam client or in the file within the file navigator?
Yuh, in Steam Client. Right click on the game name in your Steam Library and then click on Properties. Then proceed with DerRidda's advice.
Sunr' ever 2. Feb. 2014 um 3:33 Uhr 
Oh, I got what was wrong! Now I put these parameters in set lauch options: optirun %command

AAAAND, Counter Strike Source is working just fine :D
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