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Old 12-17-2005, 12:24 PM   #1
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Cedega 4.4.3-1 snd steam within sarge 32bit chroot on 64bit sarge


Basically when i try running steam it appears to have loaded somthing but i dont see anything. Also when I ran cedega it appears to crash because i cant kill it using ctrl c within the terminal. However glxgears is working fine within the chroot but the glxinfo says there's no direct rending but if i run glxinfo outside of the chroot it reports i do have direct rending. Is that normal?

any ideas as to why steam refuses to load properly?
 
  


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