The cancel button RESPONDS (i.e., gets "pressed" in looking), but never does anything. Before I run Steam, I just do a "sudo killall moblock", and it's fixed. By now blockcontrol (which you have installed, if you use mobloquer) supports allow lists. Steam used to work on my PC too, so it might have been a WINE update that broke it. Before I run Steam, I just do a "sudo killall moblock", and it's fixed. (Make sure you have your firewall turned off as well...)Quote from 26% Bug Workaround Run this from the directory you installed Steam to: nice -n 19 wine If that doesn't work try this: wine steam Self Update "Steam.exe" 14 If all fails try this before the previous command: rm Client Uchihakid23: You'll want to open up a terminal, and then change directories to the directory where you installed Steam to.

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 (

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 (

list=steam) to /etc/blockcontrol/allow.p2p Would you mind showing an example of how that is done?

You can delete these files although I recommend not to delete but remove the files and place them in a folder on your desktop.

Make a folder on your desktop (right click anywhere on the desktop and make a new folder, name it dota2dump and the cut and paste the 571_ to 573.manifest files into the folder.Open the depocache folder and you will see a few files 571_######.manifest to 573_######.manifest.These files are related to Dota 2 and can cause the download to stall.If I have left any out please PM and leave a message below for me to add it to the guide please.- Verify the integrity of the game cache - To verify the integrity of the game cache simply open steam to your library where all your games are, locate Dota 2.The next file is more related to menu's and configurations of steam but I have heard people able to resolve their issue by correcting this too.