I have the same issue. Running lutris -d gives me this output:
“Aborting HTTP request because we received a response with a content-length over 64M and we are not streaming[2019-06-26 18:25:03] Error: Download of package (resources_all) failed after 0 bytes (200).”
@deliverance37 I have a suggestion to fix your problem, Update Steam on a Windows machine, copy the Steam files, past update Steam files into your Wine Steam bottle. I have read a few people have fixed the same issues by doing that.
@Shadowbane New to the community here. Which files/directory from a Windows Steam install do you mean and what directory would I copy them to in my Lutris directory structure? I’m excited to get my “Wine Steam” instance working to play a few Windows games that have been sitting my Steam library.
@hermayneMUNSTER I would first try and find a better way than I suggested to update steam. The reason being it probably is a very tedious process involving checking and replacing individual files. There is someone in a different post who came up with a better way of updating Steam if I come across the post I will link it here. I can’t create a way to fix Steam error’s on Linux because of the only graphics card I have isn’t supported by that latest version of Lutris. I suppose if I could find a version of Lutris and Vulcan that supported Nvidia’s 390 drivers then I could make a guide.
Install Steam via command line with Wine
wine start ~/Desktop/SteamSetup.exe
Start Steam via command line with Wine, if installed to default location, let it update then exit
wine start ~/.wine/drive_c/Program Files (x86)/Steam
Launch Lutris and click on the cog icon next to Runners to go into the configuration section
Open the settings for the Wine Steam runner
The very first option in the Runners tab should be “Custom Steam Location.” Browse to the location of your Windows Steam install in your default Wine prefix and select it (should be “~/.wine/drive_c/Program Files (x86)/Steam” if Steam was installed to the default location)
Go back to Lutris and search for the Steam game you wish to install and follow all the prompts from Lutris (A couple games won’t show progress, just let it run and do its thing)
Everything should work from here on
Trying to Start Halo: Spartan Assault but it does hang. Looking into that to see what the logs say.
Well, HermayneMunster I see you are making some progress if you still are having problems with installing some games I would suggest reading Please read before asking for help and follow the steps it suggests there.