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play3man 3 dic 2012, ore 11:48
Black Screen in TF2 and and "What Valve's people think about this issue?"
Team Fortress 2. Black Screen. Intel GPU = Problem isn't in Steam, Source Engine or in the game, problem is your hardware. This is, i think, the most common answer I read on this forum. But I didn't find at least one regular answer from someone from Valve Linux Team. So I will be glad, when I will see here finally one good view of point from some Valve Team guy on this problem! :)

So, I can run this game on Windows 7 pretty well. I tried (within the realms of possibility) everything and I still have Black Screen. Yes, this problem is (propably) in drivers, but it will be fixed? Who can fix it? Canonical? Intel? Or "You"? Thanks for the answer and I'm sorry, if it sounded cheeky... :) :D

My system info - http://pastebin.com/u1vzjBUa
Error log - http://pastebin.com/uY2jhhWC
Video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iv-AsGiO3lU
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Don Rego 3 dic 2012, ore 12:13 
Nice on buddy, This is my problem too. :)
ThOR27 3 dic 2012, ore 15:25 
it will be fixed? - I don't know
Who can fix it? - Intel and maybe Valve
vitorpacheco 3 dic 2012, ore 15:51 
I'm also with this same problem.
Sr. Ojette. 3 dic 2012, ore 15:52 
I have the same problem and I have AMD cpu.
pcfirebeats[PT] F**K CAPITALISM 3 dic 2012, ore 17:23 
This thing is happening to me too

Start TF2 and get a black screen.

AMD X2 4850e
AMD 7770
4GB of Ram (DDR2)
Saber76 3 dic 2012, ore 19:11 
I don't have that problem any more after doing this.

1) Open a terminal and type: sudo nano /usr/bin/steam
2) Add the following lines after "#! /bin/bash":
export LANG=C
export LC_NUMERIC=POSIX
3) Save (CTRL-O + Enter + CTRL-X)
4) Launch Steam

I have Nvidia so I don't now if it will work with intel but you can try.
play3man 4 dic 2012, ore 0:40 
Messaggio originale di emiel1976:
I don't have that problem any more after doing this.

1) Open a terminal and type: sudo nano /usr/bin/steam
2) Add the following lines after "#! /bin/bash":
export LANG=C
export LC_NUMERIC=POSIX
3) Save (CTRL-O + Enter + CTRL-X)
4) Launch Steam

I have Nvidia so I don't now if it will work with intel but you can try.

This fix don't work anymore, Valve fix this few days (maybe weeks) ago..
SUSEd 5 dic 2012, ore 7:00 
Driver Version: 2.1 Mesa 9.0
This openGL version is not supported. Need at least 3.0.
Ultima modifica da SUSEd; 5 dic 2012, ore 7:00
play3man 5 dic 2012, ore 7:08 
Messaggio originale di shished:
Driver Version: 2.1 Mesa 9.0
This openGL version is not supported. Need at least 3.0.

It's kinda funny because on Windows this GPU support OpenGL 2.1 too and TF2 runs fine!
blackout24 5 dic 2012, ore 7:10 
On windows you are not using the linux driver...
play3man 5 dic 2012, ore 7:11 
Messaggio originale di t.jp:
On windows you are not using the linux driver...

Exactly, So the OpenGL version is not the problem, or unsupported HW.
SUSEd 5 dic 2012, ore 8:52 
Messaggio originale di play3man:
Messaggio originale di shished:
Driver Version: 2.1 Mesa 9.0
This openGL version is not supported. Need at least 3.0.

It's kinda funny because on Windows this GPU support OpenGL 2.1 too and TF2 runs fine!
On windows TF2 using directX, not openGL. Also on pindows driver for your gpu supports directx 10.0.
Ultima modifica da SUSEd; 5 dic 2012, ore 8:57
play3man 5 dic 2012, ore 12:28 
Ah, ok. You are right, my bad... But still is not primary problem in my GPU - it is possible to run, but it matters on developer so... Basically, we, with GPUs, which support OpenGL <2.1... we can say good bye to Source Engine games? Amazing...
Ultima modifica da play3man; 5 dic 2012, ore 12:29
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