negativo17 17 jan 2013 à 6h48
steam @ fedorapeople.org (updated)
Hello,

I've updated spot's excellent rpm package to the latest 1.0.0.21 for Fedora 17 and 18.
It changed quite a bit from the old one; and it works fine on my systems (both 32 and 64 bits).

Any constructive comment is much appreciated.

I've asked spot if he wants some help on mantaining it; in the meanwhile I've posted a new repository.

Repository

http://slaanesh.fedorapeople.org/steam/

To install, simply download the repository file and install steam through yum.

# cd /etc/yum.repos.d
# wget http://slaanesh.fedorapeople.org/steam/fedora-steam.repo
# yum install steam

RPM Fusion

To make it work in Fedora, the "rpmfusion-free" and "rpmfusion-nonfree" repositories are REQUIRED.

rpmfusion-free: libtxc_dxtn for S3 compression library if you use nouveau/radeon/intel
rpmfusion-nonfree: xorg-x11-drv-nvidia/catalyst for proprietary drivers

To enable them, perfom the following (replace 18 with 17 as appropriate):

Fedora 18:


Nvidia / AMD proprietary drivers

Since I've not backported all the base Fedora packages as spot did, on Fedora 17 it should work only with the proprietary drivers.

Fedora 18:

# rpm -i http://download1.rpmfusion.org/free/fedora/rpmfusion-nonfree-release-18.noarch.rpm
# yum -y update
# yum install xorg-x11-drv-nvidia or xorg-x11-drv-catalyst
# reboot

For 64 bit systems you need to install ALSO the 32 bit libraries in addition to the above.

# yum install xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-libs.i686 or xorg-x11-drv-catalyst-libs.i686
Dernière modification de negativo17; 22 jan 2013 à 2h54
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brianinthered 18 jan 2013 à 10h44 
Very nice, thank you for including Fedora. How are the drivers and games running together?
Any good frame rates?
negativo17 22 jan 2013 à 2h04 
The games run very smooth with the proprietary Nvidia drivers, if I use the stock nouveau/kms drivers included in Fedora + libtxc_dxtn the games run well but surely not on par with Nvidia's performance.

In fact I'm surprised how well Team Fortress 2 runs on my cheap laptop's built-in "NVIDIA Corporation GT218 [NVS 3100M]" with the nouveau drivers.

I have a SLI setup at home but I haven't been able to test it yet.

The only thing I don't have working is the "big picture mode"; if I click on the button I can only make Steam crash.
Dernière modification de negativo17; 22 jan 2013 à 2h55
negativo17 22 jan 2013 à 2h55 
- Updated to 1.0.0.22 with some packaging changes
- Updated the instructions in the first post for rpmfusion and Nvidia / AMD drivers.
negativo17 11 fév 2013 à 1h55 
- Updated to 1.0.0.25 with packaging changes because of the new package format.
cygnus 11 fév 2013 à 13h30 
You can get the nvidia 310 and 313 series drivers for Fedora 18 from here:

http://www.kielek.net/configure-kielek-yum-repository

Which is meant to complement the RPM Fusion repo for Fedora 18. See the following for more info:

http://www.kielek.net/nvidia-310-driver-fedora-18
negativo17 15 fév 2013 à 5h53 
- Updated to 1.0.0.27
Shark 15 fév 2013 à 5h55 
Does this work on OpenSuse aswell? With zypper instead of yum ofc.
Dernière modification de Shark; 15 fév 2013 à 5h56
negativo17 21 fév 2013 à 0h13 
Wouter a écrit :
Does this work on OpenSuse aswell? With zypper instead of yum ofc.

I really doubt, all distributions are different.

- Updated to 1.0.0.29
negativo17 25 fév 2013 à 5h32 
- Updated to 1.0.0.34
SUSEd 25 fév 2013 à 9h42 
Are you using steam or steam-launcher package?
negativo17 26 fév 2013 à 12h41 
I'm "rebuilding" the steam tarball at http://repo.steampowered.com/steam/pool/steam/s/steam/steam_1.0.0.34.tar.gz.

What is steam-launcher? The package I make allows me to launch steam with the application icon or by command line... what else is needed?
arc| Gps 26 fév 2013 à 15h25 
Wouter a écrit :
Does this work on OpenSuse aswell? With zypper instead of yum ofc.

For openSUSE use this:

https://en.opensuse.org/Steam
arc| Gps 26 fév 2013 à 15h31 
negativo17 a écrit :
I'm "rebuilding" the steam tarball at http://repo.steampowered.com/steam/pool/steam/s/steam/steam_1.0.0.34.tar.gz.

What is steam-launcher? The package I make allows me to launch steam with the application icon or by command line... what else is needed?

to make an rpm, you need a list of dependecies
Dernière modification de arc| Gps; 26 fév 2013 à 15h34
negativo17 28 fév 2013 à 9h16 
arc| Gps a écrit :
to make an rpm, you need a list of dependecies

And how do you think the rpm is made? This does not answer the question what is steam-launcher.

The spec file with its huge amount of dependencies is here:

http://slaanesh.fedorapeople.org/steam/steam.spec
Dernière modification de negativo17; 28 fév 2013 à 9h18
negativo17 4 mar 2013 à 9h13 
- Updated to 1.0.0.35
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