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Mattrick 14 jan 2013 om 5:11vm
Switching between Linux/Windows causes games to update
Mostsly these are only 1-100 mb updates per game, but sometimes I got message that executable file is corrupted and have to download whole game once again. Has anybody encountered something similar?
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ToTeX_Baked -=GentooLinux=- 14 jan 2013 om 5:14vm 
do you shut your pc down normaly or just hold the power button?. haha
Mattrick 14 jan 2013 om 5:15vm 
It's not related to shutdown. As long as I update game and play on one OS, it's ok. When only I switch to the other, I get corrupted files and have to update.
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✪ Seph//roth ツ 14 jan 2013 om 5:22vm 
are you using the same path for steam on both windows and linux?
Mattrick 14 jan 2013 om 5:23vm 
My Windows Steam is installed on H:\Steam, while the one on Ubuntu has 2 games directory: one native in my home dir and second added manually, pointing to H:\Steam. No symlinks were used. :P
✪ Seph//roth ツ 14 jan 2013 om 5:29vm 
well its just installing the OS specific data to play your games... you will need seperate installs if you dont want it to dl a little bit when you change systems. i use symlinks for windows/wine (except for valve games, dont seem to work for me on symlink) and linux has its own lil place on my partition
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Mattrick 14 jan 2013 om 5:29vm 
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