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Elegantly Light Bulb 17 Dez, 2012 às 12:21
Symlinking is acting up on me, asks me to find valid directory.
Ok, my problem is that symlinking the Steam directory is somehow acting up on me, and is generally hating me.

First, I moved the .local/share/Steam folder to my NTFS External Harddrive. Then I symlinked that folder to my internal harddrive. Strangely, when I try to launch Steam, it wants me to find the directory, and when I do, it tells me it's invalid.

What should I do?

Thanks guys.
Última alteração por Elegantly Light Bulb; 18 Dez, 2012 às 11:36
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TakeALenny 17 Dez, 2012 às 12:46 
is your FAT32 steam installation a windows one? if so, it will not work.
Elegantly Light Bulb 17 Dez, 2012 às 12:48 
I don't understand. The folder in FAT32 is the Linux copy. However, I don't know who really formatted my HD, because it was like that when I got it.
Kano 17 Dez, 2012 às 13:56 
fat32 is not good as it can not hold files >4gb. with ntfs it basically works.
Elegantly Light Bulb 18 Dez, 2012 às 11:36 
Whoops. Sorry. I should have checked before I posted. It is in NTFS. I just never knew. So you learn something new everyday. I'll fix it in original post.
Elegantly Light Bulb 18 Dez, 2012 às 12:23 
Ooh. Just got into my drive, and went to steam.sh and right-clicked it. Went to the permissions tab, and found that the "Allow executing file as program" box wasn't checked. For some reason, I couldn't check it, so I'm Googling that right now.
Elegantly Light Bulb 19 Dez, 2012 às 10:16 
No luck here?
Elegantly Light Bulb 19 Dez, 2012 às 12:04 
Weird. I reinstalled steam, and symlinked the SteamApps Folder, and BAM, it just worked.
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