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JnvSor 2012년 11월 20일 오전 3시 49분
TF2 crashing with 'Unknown shader "Bik"'
When the video loads the game crashes. Terminal output in pastebin[pastebin.com]

I'm on 64bit 12.04 - as far as I know I have all the necessary libraries.

The only notable specific to my system is that I moved the SteamApps dir to a partition with more space and symlinked it back into ~/Steam
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Alastair Campbell 2012년 11월 20일 오전 3시 56분 
DEAR PEOPLE FROM THE FUTURE:

This issue is caused by symlinking your steamapps directory. To resolve this, either remove the symlink or symlink the whole of ~/Steam, instead of just steamapps.

It seems if you symlink specific directories, such as steamapps/<username/tf2, it works, but if you symlink steamapps/ as a whole, it breaks.

Credit goes to everyone who helped resolve this.

BACK TO MY ORIGINAL POST:
If I am not incorrect, BIK is a filetype used to display BINK video.

Try doing sudo apt-get install ia32-libs
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JnvSor 2012년 11월 20일 오전 3시 58분 
That was already installed actually
Alastair Campbell 2012년 11월 20일 오전 4시 00분 
Tried validating your game files? Right click the game, click properties and then, click "Validate game cache", if I remember correctly.

You might also want to take a look at this crash log:
/tmp/dumps/crash_20121120122457_1.dmp
Lauri 2012년 11월 20일 오전 4시 11분 
SteamApps directory being symlinked seems to cause it. I had the same problem but after moving SteamApps back to ~/Steam TF2 doesn't crash on launch anymore.
JnvSor 2012년 11월 20일 오전 4시 12분 
Chartax #ubuntu님이 먼저 게시:
Tried validating your game files? Right click the game, click properties and then, click "Validate game cache", if I remember correctly.
All files successfully validated.

You might also want to take a look at this crash log:
/tmp/dumps/crash_20121120122457_1.dmp
Most of that is bytecode, but what isn't bytecode doesn't say anything to me, there's a heap dump but no trace so I can't really find the problem.

Edit: Thanks lauri, perhaps we can get this as a bug report somehow? (Symlinks are wonderful little things and will among other things save me a lot of precious home partition space)
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Alastair Campbell 2012년 11월 20일 오전 4시 15분 
Ah well -- it would seem that the symlink is indeed the culprit then. Strange, on my Windows box, I use the Windows' symbolic links which work flawlessly with Steamapps.
JnvSor 2012년 11월 20일 오전 4시 16분 
Chartax #ubuntu님이 먼저 게시:
Ah well -- it would seem that the symlink is indeed the culprit then. Strange, on my Windows box, I use the Windows' symbolic links which work flawlessly with Steamapps.
I suppose the difference is that steam is installed in a users folder rather than a system wide "Program files" folder on linux.
Alastair Campbell 2012년 11월 20일 오전 4시 18분 
Possibly -- it could be some sort of permissions error. Did you try chmod / chown on the target, or something like that?
JnvSor 2012년 11월 20일 오전 4시 29분 
Well it was mv'd from my home folder so I doubt there were any permission problems, in any case it's back now and the problem is solved.
Alastair Campbell 2012년 11월 20일 오전 4시 55분 
As long as your problem is solved mate, that's good news.

I'll take a look into this later and see if I can reproduce.
sheepdestroyer | Linux 2012년 11월 23일 오전 7시 13분 
I have the exact same problem.
I use a symlincked steamapps folder to an other partition (NTFS), i took care of permission problem by setting "users,exec,permission" in fstab.
I get this error when launching TF2 : Error: Material "fullscreenvideomaterial" uses unknown shader "Bik"
i tried the export LC_NUMERIC=POSIX and LANG=C tricks mentionned in an other post but no success

I don't have room on my system partition to take back the steamapps folder...
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Kano 2012년 11월 23일 오후 12시 59분 
It's much simpler, move the complete Steam dir to ntfs, Steam itself can be a symlink.
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JnvSor 2012년 11월 24일 오전 6시 21분 
Kano님이 먼저 게시:
It's much simpler, move the complete Steam dir to ntfs, Steam itself can be a symlink.
Right but then those of us with encrypted home directories can't safely hit "Remember password" can we?
System_Failure 2012년 12월 6일 오후 1시 43분 
+1 to this, but fortunately I can move it. When you think you fixed it I'll be happy to move it back out and test again^^
StuckMojo 2012년 12월 7일 오전 8시 42분 
I have the same issue. I symlinked because my home dir is on an SSD and I didn't want to suck up space on expensive storage for my game files:

jon@stuck:~/.local/share/Steam$ ll ~/.local/share/Steam/SteamApps
lrwxrwxrwx 1 jon jon 23 Dec 6 21:22 /home/jon/.local/share/Steam/SteamApps -> /usr/local/games/Steam/

I'm going to try symlinking ~/.local/share/Steam instead and see if that clears it up...
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