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Hello everyone, Recently I got the new steam beta client released publicly for Christmas. The first game I tried to download and install was Team Fortress 2 I did this ...
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    Team Fortress 2 on new steam beta won't start, OpenGL error message


    Hello everyone,
    Recently I got the new steam beta client released publicly for Christmas. The first game I tried to download and install was Team Fortress 2 I did this on my computer and ran it, but I unfortunately had to replace the OS with another copy of Fedora. I re-downloaded it and tried to run it, but it refused to launch and gave me the error message:

    "Could not find required OpenGL entry point 'glQueryCounter'! either your video card is unsupported, or your OpenGL driver needs to be updated.

    I know for a fact my video card is supported, as, like I said, I ran it on this same computer before. I'm fairly certain my OpenGL driver is updated as well, but I'm not sure. If someone could please give me the command line to run to update OpenGL that would be great, and I could see if the problem persists. Thanks!

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    Since this software is in open beta, you really should utilize steam's linux community board for these types of issues.

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