If you have set up Steam “Family Library Sharing” in Ubuntu (Or other.) Linux (Perhaps following https://blog.budhajeewa.com/make-steam-family-library-sharing-effective-in-ubuntu-linux/.), you will notice that Windows games running with Steam Proton are not working when the secondary user (The one who is borrowing the games.) is trying to play them. To fix this, log in to the secondary user’s… Continue reading Fix Steam Proton Windows Games not Running when Accessed Through “Family Library Sharing” in Ubuntu Linux
Steam has a great feature called “Family Library Sharing” that allows you to share games that you’ve already downloaded with other users on the same computer. However, in my experience, in Ubuntu (And most likely in other Linux OSes as well.), other users won’t be able to see any games you have installed, even if… Continue reading Make Steam “Family Library Sharing” Effective in Ubuntu Linux
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