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Cam... WINSTON!!! 2 déc 2012 à 1h10
Issue Report: /usr/bin/steam becomes unremovable
http://i.imgur.com/qrVBX.png
Noticed after I got this error message when entering password on startup. Tried to remove /usr/bin/steam as root and got: rm: cannot remove '/usr/bin/steam': Operation not permitted
even with -f flag. Permissions not an issue: -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 6011 Dec 1 22:15 steam
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barsanuphe le sec 2 déc 2012 à 1h23 
sudo chattr -i /usr/bin/steam
I had the same thing in Arch and saw this in the AUR package page.
Cam... WINSTON!!! 2 déc 2012 à 1h39 
sudo chattr -i /usr/bin/steam
I had the same thing in Arch and saw this in the AUR package page.
cheers for the fix
interesting bug though
barsanuphe le sec 2 déc 2012 à 1h43 
I'm not sure if this comes from the steam.deb or the Arch package though.
pierre 2 déc 2012 à 2h02 
The install script of the Arch package seems to do this. But steam's attempt to bypass the package manager and change files on the system is really bad behavior.
scott_test123 2 déc 2012 à 8h38 
Steam will be changing to rely on the package manager to update this script (therefore Steam won't ask for your password anymore).
kigucdoshu 2 déc 2012 à 8h49 
Great news! Thanks for listening to our input. :)
RussianNeuroMancer 2 déc 2012 à 16h24 
It's right decision, thank you!
Vash 2 déc 2012 à 21h42 
Yes, definitely the right decision long term. There really are only a couple major package types out there anyway, and if you just released it as a tarball I'm sure every distribution would be willing to do the packaging for you anyway.
Rain Ninja 2 déc 2012 à 23h08 
Very very very happy about this.
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