How to Install Steam on Fedora [Beginner’s Tip]

Steam is the best thing that could happen to Linux gamers. Thanks to Steam you can play hundreds and thousands of games on Linux.

If you are not already aware of it Steam is the most popular PC gaming platform. In 2013 it became available for Linux. Steam8217s latest Proton project allows you to play games created for Windows platform on Linux. This enhanced Linux gaming library many folds.

Steam provides a desktop client and you can use it to download or purchase games from the Steam store install the game and play it.

We have discussed installing Steam on Ubuntu in the past. In this beginner8217s tutorial I am going to show you the steps for installing Steam on Fedora Linux.

To get Steam on Fedora you8217ll have to use RMPFusion repository. RPMFusion is a series of third-party repos that contain software that Fedora chooses not to ship with their operating system. They offer both free open source and non-free closed source repos. Since Steam is in the non-free repo you will only install that one.


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