Para já só tentei arrancar o Stalker no ubuntu com uma GT 740M e as drivers propietarias instaladas e nada
Arranca e fecha de seguida
Fonte: https://www.distrowatch.com/dwres.php?resource=showheadline&story=7041Over 2,600 Windows Steam games now run on Linux
People who run the Steam gaming portal on Linux received some good news this week. Following the news in August that Valve was making it possible for Linux users to run some Windows gaming titles through a WINE fork called Proton, the collection of games Linux users can run has expanded rapidly. "Proton is a new tool released by Valve Software that has been integrated with Steam Play to make playing Windows games on Linux as simple as hitting the Play button within Steam. Underneath the hood, Proton comprises other popular tools like Wine and DXVK among others that a gamer would otherwise have to install and maintain themselves. This greatly eases the burden for users to switch to Linux without having to learn the underlying systems or losing access to a large part of their library of games. " The ProtonDB website now lists over 2,600 Windows games which can be run on Linux using a combination of Steam and the Proton compatibility software.
https://www.gamingonlinux.com/artic...end-once-again-come-find-your-next-game.14200Humble have also extended their Spring Sale with an encore so it now ends on May 27th at 5PM UTC. Tons of Linux gaming deals going there (and some good Steam Play picks too) like:
Over on GOG, they also have multiple deals going! Their Plug In Digital & Dear Villagers sale is on which has top deals on some good Linux games like:
- Cities: Skylines - 75% off (same deal on the Paradox Store)
- Dying Light: The Following - Enhanced Edition - 70% off
- Dungeons 3 - 70% off
- Darkest Dungeon: Ancestral Edition - 60% off
- Tyranny - 50% off
- For The King - 50% off
- Surviving Mars 40% off
Midweek Sale that's ending in around 35 hours has a bunch of retro DOSBox games on sale and Railway Empire is quite cheap with 60% off (Humble has the same deal). Their Weekly Sale also has the top price currently on Unepic at 65% off.
Steam Won’t Support Ubuntu 19.10 and Future Releases
This is all because Canonical announced plans to drop 32-bit packages and libraries from Ubuntu 19.10. These packages enable 32-bit software to run on 64-bit versions of Ubuntu.
É por estas idiotices que uso o Debian no laptop.
Se a Canonical não tiver juízo, meto também o Debian no computador de torre.