I'm not sure if this is the correct section to post in, but anyway...I'm trying to install some Steam games on Mint so I don't have to log out and go to Windows whenever I want to game. I already have Steam installed thanks to Wine, but I'm reluctant to download every game that I have on Steam because of the time it takes and that it means I would need to expand my Linux partition. I ran into a page from VALVe about "symlinks" or symbolic links that somehow makes it so that the steamapps folder from Windows can be used on Linux without downloading games.https://developer.valvesoftware.com/wiki/Steam_under_Linux#Save_space_on_dual-boot_machines
I've tried to use the first line of the code it says to use to symlink, but it gives me a file or directory not found error. When I add the (x86) suffix it says that the Program Files directory needs for 64bit computers, it gives an error with an "unexpected token *(*." I'm not even sure if I should use the suffix because my Program Files folder in .wine doesn't have a x86 suffix.
If I could get some help on the command I would use, that would be awesome.