Alienware Steam Machine Console (Intel Core i3, 4 GB RAM, 500 GB HDD) NVIDIA GeForce GTX

May 4, 2018 - Comment

Ease of console. Freedom of a PC. Massive game library with thousands of native Steam OS games + 5000 games via streaming. Bundled with in-game content and games. Steam controller: unlock new games and experience the ultimate living room gaming accessory. The steam OS can be Autorepaired by Autorepair boot loop. You’ll end up with

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(as of August 17, 2018 9:57 pm UTC - Details)

Ease of console. Freedom of a PC. Massive game library with thousands of native Steam OS games + 5000 games via streaming. Bundled with in-game content and games. Steam controller: unlock new games and experience the ultimate living room gaming accessory. The steam OS can be Autorepaired by Autorepair boot loop. You’ll end up with a boot loop on the following message: SteamOS is attempting to recover from a fatal error If that happens you may try the following steps. The goal is to launch the Steam client manually from a desktop session and let it repair itself. 1. At early boot press Esc repeatedly to reach boot menu; 2. Choose Advanced options, and then the first (recovery mode) entry available; At this stage you should be in front of a root prompt like root@steamos:~# 3.If not done already, create a password for desktop user: passwd desktop and enter the password twice. 4. Disable automatic login for login manager lightdm: sed -i -e “s/^autologin-user=/#\0/” /usr/share/lightdm/lightdm.conf.d/20_steamos.conf 5. Reboot and login as desktop user with the previously set password. Note: If you get an error right after login, see this 6. Open a terminal and launch Steam as steam user: sudo su -c “steam” steam Then let the Steam client fix itself. 7. When done, exit Steam and restore automatic login for lightdm: sed -i -e “s/^#\(autologin-user=\)/\1/” /usr/share/lightdm/lightdm.conf.d/20_steam The steam OS can be Autorepaired by Autorepair boot loop. You’ll end up with a boot loop on the following message: SteamOS is attempting to recover from a fatal error If that happens you may try the following steps. The goal is to launch the Steam client manually from a desktop session and let it repair itself. 1. At early boot press Esc repeatedly to reach boot menu; 2. Choose Advanced options, and then the first (recovery mode) entry available; At this stage you should be in front of a root prompt like root@steamos:~# 3.If not done already, create a password for desktop user: passwd desktop and enter the password twice. 4. Disable automatic login for login manager lightdm: sed -i -e “s/^autologin-user=/#\0/” /usr/share/lightdm/lightdm.conf.d/20_steamos.conf 5. Reboot and login as desktop user with the previously set password. Note: If you get an error right after login, see this 6. Open a terminal and launch Steam as steam user: sudo su -c “steam” steam Then let the Steam client fix itself. 7. When done, exit Steam and restore automatic login for lightdm: sed -i -e “s/^#\(autologin-user=\)/\1/” /usr/share/lightdm/lightdm.conf.d/20_steam

Product Features

  • Intel Quad Core i3-4170t 3.2 GHz Processor
  • 4 GB DDR3L SDRAM Included; 4 GB Maximum
  • 500 GB HDD Storage; No Optical Drive; 5 USB Ports
  • No Monitor Included
  • Steam OS; Includes Steam Controller; NVIDIA GeForce GTX GPU 2GB GDDR5

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