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steam-os (only linux games) running on ubuntu with nvidia-375 and alsa sound.
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Steam in Docker

fork from https://github.com/arno01/steam
changes made steam working on lubuntu 16.04 ltc with nvidia-375
probably should work on ubuntu with nvidia-375 and alsa sound

prerequisites:

  1. install docker, docker-compose
  2. create folder games/steam-data under your home folder
    cd ~ && mkdir games && mkdir games/steam-data
    
  3. clone docker-compose from repo and run it
    sh git clone https://github.com/achernetsov/steam docker-composesh

from https://github.com/arno01/steam:

Why?

Some people asked me why would someone want to have Steam in a Docker container?
Few main points which pushed me making this Docker container:

  1. I want to set-up more fences when running the code I don't/can't trust; issue 3671
  2. I don't want to spend time on figuring out how to install Steam (what deps) in a non-Debian (or non-SteamOS) based distro;
  3. I like cleanliness: I can erase Steam and all its dependencies in a matter of seconds;

And few Pros from my PoV:

  • I can have Steam on my Ubuntu/openSUSE/[put any other distro I will want to use] in a short time that Docker takes when downloads this Steam container;
  • Since Steam is meant to run in Debian (SteamOS) based distro, it is not a problem anymore, since it is in a container now.

Suggestions / PR's are welcomed!

What's tested?

The following games have been tested:

  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
  • Alien: Isolation
  • PAYDAY 2
  • Insurgency
  • Half-Life: Counter-Strike 1.6
  • Iron Snout
  • Toribash
  • DeadCore (no sound)

Tested in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (64bit) and openSUSE Leap 42.1
with the following GPU's:

  • Intel HD Graphics 3000
  • Intel HD Graphics 4400
  • NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 560 Ti

Requirements

Building and launching Steam

Launching Steam in Docker

The simplest way to launch Steam is by running:

git clone https://github.com/arno01/steam.git
cd steam
docker-compose run steam

If Steam does not start, you may need to allow your user making local
connections to X server, which can be achieved with this command on host:

xhost +SI:localuser:$(id -un)

You can use the following shortcut function and place it to your ~/.bash_aliases file:

function docker_helper() {
    pushd ~/docker/$1
    docker-compose rm -fa "$1"
    docker-compose run -d --name "$1" "$@"
    popd
}

function steam() {
    docker_helper "$FUNCNAME" "$@"
}

Then just use steam command to run Steam in docker.

Updating Steam Docker image

You may want to re-run this command later on in order to keep the image updated:

docker build -t andrey01/steam .

Troubleshooting

You might want to modify the docker-compose.yml in case of problems, the file should be pretty self explanatory, although you may refer to the official Docker Compose file reference

Also keep in mind to uncomment or/and add your devices to the devices: section there.

The best result is when you have a similar to the following output, using the glxgears (part of mesa-utils package):

If you are getting segmentation fault error or Steam does not start, then you could try resetting its config:

docker-compose run --rm steam --reset

Grsecurity notes

grsec: TPE

Trusted Path Execution (TPE)

This Steam docker image is working with the grsecurity patched kernel.
It only needs a /proc/sys/kernel/grsecurity/tpe_gid accessible by root for read.

grsec: PaX

It is also working with PaX part of the grsecurity.
I have tested it with Half-Life games like CS 1.6, and CS:GO.
Please refer to the launch file if grsecurity is blocking some executable or a library.

Links

Below is just bunch of links, someone might find them useful

Docker Pull Command
Owner
achernetsov
Source Repository