N/APosted on - 01/17/2014
I have updated my Ubuntu to the latest version and I have this error when I want to run steam. I have reinstalled the steam and the error didn’t solve it. Anyone can help me to solve this error with steam ? I have this error cause of updates and what is causing it? Thank you.
You are missing the following 32-bit Libraries, and Steam may not run:
Missing 32 bit libraries error
Though Steam already made an announcement that they will now be supporting Linux, you still need to check if your operating system is still supported. For Linux users, Steam supports Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, Mint 13 LTS, and Fedora 16 that is fully updated. For the hardware, it only requires a processor with at least 2 GHz but if you are running with low budget CPUs such as Duron or Celeron, it should be twice the required CPU speed.
For the memory, at least 2 GB RAM is needed. For the video card, Steam might not work on CPUs with built-in video cards or on the other hand if the graphics adapter has a very small memory like the usual 64 MB you find on most CPUs. After verifying your computer specifications and it is fully compatible, try downloading the Linux version of the Steam Client again from Install Steam for Linux.
You may also visit the Steam Home Page and click About on top of the page. You can download the Linux version of the Steam installer from there. See image.