Interchopper 18 fév 2013 à 20h39
Maybe that Tux isn't worth the hassle...
Here's what I had to do to get that Tux:
1. Downloaded the ISO for Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
2. Burned that ISO onto my flash drive
3. Shrunk my C drive 50 GB to make room for Linux/TF2
4. Reset my PC, booted Ubuntu installer from my flash drive
5. Ran through installer, manually partitioned Ubuntu with that 50 GB of empty space
6. Waited for Ubuntu to finish installing and boot up.
-Ubuntu launches in ttyl mode. ♥♥♥♥ me
6.5 Spend hours trying to get Ubuntu to boot with a GUI, finally get it to work
7. Find and download steam...
-Steam has a compatability error... ♥♥♥♥
7.5 Manually update linux for another hour using the Terminal
8. Finally update and get Steam working
9. Install TF2 and Nvidia patch Steam recommends
10. Launch TF2 an hour later
PROFIT AT LAST!

Imo, that was a little much for a penguin you wear on your ♥♥♥ like the Power-Up Canteens >_>
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Major Havoc 18 fév 2013 à 20h43 
That's just too much darn trouble to get an item I do not desire, and I really have to wonder about you too.
Explosive raramuri 18 fév 2013 à 20h45 
How do i fix the "this game is currently unaviable...." i mean , im getting tired any advice from a pro like you?
Icehat 18 fév 2013 à 20h46 
Welcome to dependency hell.
But really, what were Valve thinking, making people do things they don't even know shmitt about?
Interchopper 18 fév 2013 à 20h46 
How do i fix the "this game is currently unaviable...." i mean , im getting tired any advice from a pro like you?
You mostly get that from Steam being a tool. I usually restart Steam or try again at a later time.
DaimyoKirby 18 fév 2013 à 20h48 
No it probably isn't worth all that hassle, unless you actually use Ubuntu. There are a few of us around that do :D
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Interchopper 18 fév 2013 à 20h49 
RGers Mok a écrit :
That's just too much darn trouble to get an item I do not desire, and I really have to wonder about you too.


Welcome to dependency hell.
But really, what were Valve thinking, making people do things they don't even know shmitt about?
This was my 2nd time trying to do this. The 1st time I ended up completely erasing Windows 7 from my system.
Hence why I had to partition it myself. Apparently Ubuntu does not recognize Win 7 on Alienware PC's as something it can install alongside.
Icehat 18 fév 2013 à 20h50 
Interchopper a écrit :
RGers Mok a écrit :
That's just too much darn trouble to get an item I do not desire, and I really have to wonder about you too.


Welcome to dependency hell.
But really, what were Valve thinking, making people do things they don't even know shmitt about?
This was my 2nd time trying to do this. The 1st time I ended up completely erasing Windows 7 from my system.
Hence why I had to partition it myself. Apparently Ubuntu does not recognize Win 7 on Alienware PC's as something it can install alongside.
Ubuntu in a nutshell.
DaimyoKirby 18 fév 2013 à 20h50 
Interchopper a écrit :
This was my 2nd time trying to do this. The 1st time I ended up completely erasing Windows 7 from my system.
Hence why I had to partition it myself. Apparently Ubuntu does not recognize Win 7 on Alienware PC's as something it can install alongside.

Any time I've installed Ubuntu, I've found the "install alongside" thing doesn't work very well, even when trying to install it alongside another Ubuntu installation.
Interchopper 18 fév 2013 à 20h51 
DaimyoKirby a écrit :
No it probably isn't worth all that hassle, unless you actually use Ubuntu. There are a few of us around :D
My biggest issue with it now is how screwed up my sound is. >_> X51's have this Realtek driver in them that makes it so in order to hear any legitimate sound, you need to have that driver.
And I'm pretty sure Dell isn't a big advocate of Linux, neither is Realtek in my experience.
Interchopper 18 fév 2013 à 20h52 
DaimyoKirby a écrit :
Interchopper a écrit :
This was my 2nd time trying to do this. The 1st time I ended up completely erasing Windows 7 from my system.
Hence why I had to partition it myself. Apparently Ubuntu does not recognize Win 7 on Alienware PC's as something it can install alongside.

Any time I've installed Ubuntu, I've found the "install alongside" thing doesn't work very well, even when trying to install it alongside another Ubuntu installation.
Funny enough, Ubuntu found my first screwed up installation and asked me if I wanted to install alongside that XD
SolidSnape 18 fév 2013 à 21h45 
I am just waiting to get on TF2 but I always get This game is currently unaviable.... I like Linux in some ways but after all this pain and once I have some TF2 linux fun, I'll be done...
gibs0ns 18 fév 2013 à 23h50 
I think the Tux item should only be wearable if you're actually USING linux.

...Damn skiddies
Interchopper 19 fév 2013 à 6h24 
Lokar a écrit :
I think the Tux item should only be wearable if you're actually USING linux.

...Damn skiddies
Hence how most people got buds by running Mac OSX in a Virtual Machine, rather than on an actual Mac. Cheaters.
12Break3 20 fév 2013 à 10h19 
It only took you 1 hour...

It took me 4 days D:
Kaniner 20 fév 2013 à 10h24 
I'm having issues with it in Linux as well. It works on my roommate's account, but not mine. Then my windows version gets all grumpy and jealous. :/
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