This is usually fixed by checking "Automatically detect settings" in IE (Internet Explorer) through the lan settings in the Internet option menu.

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There may still be some edge cases if the filesystem that Steam Apps is mounted on is case insensitive (such as using mount -t lowntfs instead of mount -t ntfs3g).

Processor Information: Vendor: Genuine Intel Speed: 1600 Mhz 8 logical processors 4 physical processors Hyper Threading: Supported FCMOV: Supported SSE2: Supported SSE3: Supported SSSE3: Supported SSE4a: Unsupported SSE41: Supported SSE42: Supported Network Information: Network Speed: Operating System Version: Debian GNU/Linux 7.0 (wheezy) (64 bit) Kernel Name: Linux Kernel Version: 3.7.0-rc6-ian+ X Server vendor: The X.

Org Foundation X Server release: 11204000 Video Card: Driver: NVIDIA Corporation Quadro FX 880M/PCIe/SSE2 Driver Version: 3.3.0 NVIDIA 310.19 Desktop Color Depth: 24 bits per pixel Monitor Refresh Rate: 60 Hz Vendor ID: 0x10de Device ID: 0xa3c Number of Monitors: 2 Number of Logical Video Cards: 1 Primary Display Resolution: 1600 x 1200 Desktop Resolution: 3200 x 1200 Primary Display Size: 15.75" x 11.81" (19.69" diag) 40.0cm x 30.0cm (50.0cm diag) Primary Bus: PCI Express 16x Primary VRAM: 1024 MB Supported MSAA Modes: 2x 4x 8x 16x Sound card: Audio device: Conexant CX20585 Memory: RAM: 3897 Mb Miscellaneous: UI Language: English LANG: en_AU.

UTF-8 Microphone: Not set Total Hard Disk Space Available: 413250 Mb Largest Free Hard Disk Block: 112581 Mb Installed software: Recent Failure Reports: Fri Jan 4 2013 GMT: file ''/tmp/dumps/assert_20130104140012_1.dmp'', upload no: ''HTTP response code said error'' Mon Jan 7 2013 GMT: file ''/tmp/dumps/assert_20130107143038_1.dmp'', upload no: ''HTTP response code said error'' Had two users in group chat have this problem so far after copying Team Fortress 2 from their Windows library to their Linux one, its a case issue so verification didn’t highlight the problem.

Though, like Issue #123 it might just be labelled unsupported.

- Krywk: solved - Krywk: my team fortress 2 folder was called 'team fortress 2' - Krywk: Steam was looking for 'Team Fortress 2' - Krywk: renamed the folder - Krywk: there you go I've noticed some oddities when downloading Half-Life (Beta) and Psychonauts in the Linux client where the case of some directories that Steam creates does not match that in the manifest files.

I'm not sure if this is a mismatch within the manifest files or something else, but it certainly makes things... Let me know if any of this belongs in a new bug report.

This may happen under certain circumstances when copying the files off a filesystem that is not case sensitive, such as ntfs or vfat, or when those filesystems have been mounted with certain options (e.g. For testing, this script can be used to recursively rename all files in a directory to lower case: Star Sword/junk/master/steam/I also have written a script that can rename all the files to the correct case listed in the .manifest files, announcement here: For example: After running the above script on the Osmos directory, I get the following error when trying to launch it: Game update: App ID 29180 "Osmos", Proc ID 21884, IP ERROR: object '' from LD_PRELOAD cannot be preloaded: ignored.

/bin/sh: 1: /home/ian/.local/share/Steam/Steam Apps/common/Osmos/Osmos: not found Game removed: App ID 29180 "Osmos", Proc ID 21884 saving roaming config store to 'sharedconfig.vdf' roaming config store 2 saved successfully launch, but all the graphics are messed up - lots of quadrilateral shapes are drawn on the screen, but no text is drawn and it is impossible to work out what is going on - essentially Osmos can't find it's textures.