I guess I don't have this 'moblock' installed and I still can't get passed the Updating Steam... list=steam) to /etc/blockcontrol/allow.p2p By now blockcontrol (which you have installed, if you use mobloquer) supports allow lists.So you may add the contents of the steam allow list from (Things I've tried include: Granting and denying access through firewall Turning firewall off and on Reseting files (steam://flushconfig) renaming Client to Client Regestry I do not want to remove steam and reinstall it. Edit: it's not completely not doing it, it's doing it like 1 or 2MB at a time, explains why the workshop files worked.
Response on Cedega Forums is rather slow, so I figured I'd post this here to see if some of you could help. I had to open a console and run "cedega Steam Install.exe," rather than using the UI, but that doesn't matter: Steam installed... This screen seemingly uses 100% CPU indefinitely, and nothing, not even the cancel button have any effect. then continue to run the commands in the post above. Probably best stopping Mo Block by hand when you run steam then restarting it.
However, last night I had an epiphany and I fixed my "Updating Steam..." / "0%" problem: I disabled moblock.
With the debian packages from net this will cause troubles. (Otherwise the iptables rules still exist and send traffic to moblock which is no more running. Instead of stopping noblock you can also remove the "steam" lines from the blocklist or whitelist the blocked IPs (see what is blocked in /var/log/moblock.log). I tried the stop and kill moblock, and there is no /etc/moblock/for me. So you may add the contents of the steam allow list from (
Whenever you need to reinstall the game, simply install the Steam software, log in to your Steam account and the game is available to download.
This would not be a problem since most home Internet connections are broadband with fast download speeds, and it is also possible to backup the game files for offline installation.