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I didn't yet use partitions that large, so I didn't meet the problem either,
but thanks to the OP for sharing his findings!
I run the steam client from workstation1 but my steam folder with all my games sits on a separate 20TB XFS raid0+1 connected to workstation 2 which communicates via NFS to all other workstations.
Some games work and others just flash for a second or I get a warning about steam.so
To everyone who was saying that this post is useless, it may be useless to you but eventually someone like me comes along and has his problem answered.
- A simple way to see what's missing, is to start the client from a shell, then Start the Game out of the Client and look what happens in the text messages that come up......!
@puleglot: Thanks for the details! My HDD just happens to have a size of 2TB.