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Failing to install steam on arch
Hey there everyone!
I just downloaded and installed crossover today. with a bit of work I got the blizzard app and hearthstone to run (though that showed some of the same errors). Unfortanatly when I try to install steam it errors on all the fonts. Then a wizard pops up to install Microsoft xml parser and I hit next and it closes out and I get an error saying:
"An error occurred while installing Microsoft XML Parser (MSXML) 3.0
The installer has exited but Microsoft XML Parser (MSXML) 3.0 does not seem to be installed"
in the console I get the following for all the font errors and I believe the xml parser aswell (sorry for the uncertainty but its there quite a couple of times):
"winedbg: Internal crash at 0x7e9b2dde"
"crossover:error: uncompress did not set self.error"
Then the steam install just fails.
Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance for taking the time to read this.
Posted 2017-10-11 12:50
On the page that says "The installer has exited...", there should be a link to a log file generated by the install.
Unfortunately, install logs tend to get cluttered, and it may be hard to find the relevant portion. I'd suggest opening a ticket to get help from someone on our support team.
Posted 2017-10-11 12:53
Sorry, I misunderstood your post the first time. The link to a log file will be in the "CrossOver Software Installer" window after the install process completes, whether it's successful or not.
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