Steam not working anymore?

  1. Open the application called ‘Terminal’
  2. In this application run the command:

sudo eos-fix-ostree-repo && flatpak update -y



Warning there be Dragons below

If you want to perform the actions below:

  • Make sure you understand whats going on and that there is a chance of completely messing up your system
  • Print the commands out or write them down as you have no Graphical User Interface after Step (1)
  1. Open your System Terminal with Ctrl-Alt-F2 and log in
  2. Make yourself root with
sudo bash
  1. Bring the System into run-level 3 with
systemctl isolate
  1. Switch to Terminal 2 with “Alt-F2”

  2. Uninstall the flatpaks with the wrong repository:

flatpak uninstall --force-remove -y org.freedesktop.Platform/x86_64/1.4
flatpak uninstall --force-remove -y org.freedesktop.Sdk/x86_64/1.4
flatpak uninstall --force-remove -y org.gnome.Platform/x86_64/3.20
flatpak uninstall --force-remove -y org.gnome.Platform/x86_64/3.22
flatpak uninstall --force-remove -y org.gnome.Sdk/x86_64/3.20
flatpak uninstall --force-remove -y org.gnome.Sdk/x86_64/3.22
  1. Install the flatpaks removed at (4) with the ones from flathub:
flatpak install -y flathub org.freedesktop.Platform
flatpak install -y flathub org.freedesktop.Sdk
flatpak install -y flathub org.gnome.Platform/x86_64/3.20
flatpak install -y flathub org.gnome.Platform/x86_64/3.22
flatpak install -y flathub org.gnome.Sdk/x86_64/3.20
flatpak install -y flathub org.gnome.Sdk/x86_64/3.22
  1. Cross your fingers and reboot:


after the command sudo bash requests a password, it is not even installed from me


Simply enter your current password.


I can’t do it I enter my login
asks for a password which is not worth it. then I set the password but it is not entered press the keys, but he does not give anything. I will remove this shit easier and put the windows. tired 1.5 years of suffering, constantly problems.

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