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MNE.JVoorhees 8. dec 2012 kl. 8:43pm
Steam crash log file location?
I am very sorry if this has been asked before...
Where may I find a log file for steam (if one exists)? Like a crash log or something. I am running Ubuntu 12.04 32bit
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Howlin' Mad Murphy 8. dec 2012 kl. 8:52pm 
/tmp/dumps
MNE.JVoorhees 8. dec 2012 kl. 9:00pm 
thanks a bunch man.
e633 9. dec 2012 kl. 7:42am 
Gone there after a TF2 segfault: found nothing.
gog 23. feb 2013 kl. 5:27am 
Is there no log file?
instabilis 23. feb 2013 kl. 5:59am 
Oprindeligt skrevet af Niwakaame:
Is there no log file?
Try looking in ~/.local/share/Steam/ and ~/.steam/
Sidst redigeret af instabilis; 23. feb 2013 kl. 6:01am
gog 23. feb 2013 kl. 6:23am 
There's a log directory, but there's no file with the terminal output. Anyway I found a workaround by starting Steam like "steam > /var/log/steam 2>&1" and chmod /var/log/steam to 666.
jokab 27. sep kl. 8:42pm 
for me it was /home/<user>/.steam/error.log

its where i found out why my games weren't loading. in my case my permissions were changed in certain files so I just re-configured them and voila!

hope this helps someone else

im running Debian 8 "Jessie"
If you have trouble with Source games, use -condebug launch option for the game.
https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=1040-JWMT-2947

For TF2 the log is with game files under common/Team Fortress 2/tf/console.log. As long as -condebug is active it will keep appending to that console.log file. If you rename that file a new console.log would be started.
Sidst redigeret af OldeFartz [Linux]; 28. sep kl. 4:42pm
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