Will 8/dez/2012 às 5:00
Copying TF2 content from Windows to Linux
I already have TF2 installed on a Windows PC, and would like to also install it on my Linux box. Is it possible to copy the platform independent (data) portion of the content across between the two platforms to save another 12GB download?
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oneinfiniteloop 8/dez/2012 às 5:08 
Yes, you just need to copy all GCFs for the game in your ~/.local/share/Steam/SteamApps directory, namely:
source materials.gcf
source models.gcf
source sounds.gcf
source 2007 shared materials.gcf
source 2007 shared models.gcf
source 2007 shared sounds.gcf
team fortress 2 content.gcf
team fortress 2 materials.gcf
team fortress 2 client content.gcf (althought I'm not sure you'll need one on Linux)
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ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ 8/dez/2012 às 5:37 
FIle names in Linux are case sensitive. In Linux all these files start with a capital letter. For example, Team Fortress 2 Client Content.gcf.
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boot 8/dez/2012 às 6:09 
Escrito originalmente por A(II) Rh+:
FIle names in Linux are case sensitive. In Linux all these files start with a capital letter. For example, Team Fortress 2 Client Content.gcf.

Running fine here regardless of upper or lower case file names...
ydna 8/dez/2012 às 6:23 
Escrito originalmente por boot:
Running fine here regardless of upper or lower case file names...
That's odd. Linux is case sensitive and Steam looks for uppercased files. I copied my gcfs from my Mac and had to rename them in order for Steam to recognize them.
boot 8/dez/2012 às 6:28 
Don't know, but this is what my folder looks like.
http://i.imgur.com/UKTVz.jpg
ydna 8/dez/2012 às 6:32 
Well, I can only think your OS is an exception. Which is it?
boot 8/dez/2012 às 6:43 
Kubuntu 12.10 64-bit
KDE 4.9.4
LINUX 3.6.3-030603-generic
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Will 17/dez/2012 às 14:27 
Thanks! It is playing fine, with similar quality to the windows PC despite the lower end graphics card in the Linux box.
kononvaler 19/dez/2012 às 6:13 
Today I'm copy 12gb Team Fortress 2 from one computer to another. I use for this backup/restore game dialog from steam agent interface.
paladyum 17/fev/2013 às 10:15 
You do not need to "copy" the files
You can link it, so that the files are shared between linux and windows installations. you must mount windows partition every time before launching steam.

The command for linking a single file is as follows, you have to change it for each file.
Go also need to know your Steam Library directory. You can learn its path from Steam settings->download tab, button at the bottom.

ln -sf "/media/WRITE-YOUR-WINDOWS-DIR/Program Files (x86)/Steam/steamapps/source models.gcf" "STEAM-LIBRARY-DIRECTORY/SteamApps/Source Models.gcf"
Jim 24/fev/2013 às 13:41 
I don't recommend linking unless you're really strapped for disk space. The performance of Linux NTFS drivers has always been rather poor next to "first class" file systems such as ext4.
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