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I am running Steam/Wine on Ubuntu 19.10 (no 32-bit on the host)

I like to take care of my desktop Linux and I do so by not installing 32-bit libraries. If there are any old 32-bit applications, I prefer to install them in a LXD container. Because in a LXD container you can install anything, and once you are done with it, you delete it and poof …

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How to run graphics-accelerated GUI apps in LXD containers on your Ubuntu desktop

Update June 2018: See updated post How to easily run graphics-accelerated GUI apps in LXD containers on your Ubuntu desktop  which describes how to use LXD profiles to simplify the creation of containers that can show the GUI output on the host’s deskttop. In How to run Wine (graphics-accelerated) in an LXD container on Ubuntu …

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