How to Install and Uninstall steamcmd Package on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish)

Last updated: March 04,2024

1. Install "steamcmd" package

Please follow the guidance below to install steamcmd on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish)

$ sudo apt update $ sudo apt install steamcmd

2. Uninstall "steamcmd" package

This tutorial shows how to uninstall steamcmd on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish):

$ sudo apt remove steamcmd $ sudo apt autoclean && sudo apt autoremove

3. Information about the steamcmd package on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish)

Package: steamcmd
Architecture: i386
Version: 0~20180105-4
Multi-Arch: foreign
Priority: optional
Section: multiverse/games
Origin: Ubuntu
Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers
Original-Maintainer: Debian Games Team
Installed-Size: 4235
Pre-Depends: debconf
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.12), debconf (>= 0.5) | debconf-2.0, libstdc++6
Suggests: steam
Filename: pool/multiverse/s/steamcmd/steamcmd_0~20180105-4_i386.deb
Size: 1364700
MD5sum: 7f0e149b7e7f44d0af1697fd1ae70c7c
SHA1: c7c7cef68153a8aed72b1bdae53a0efca31761d4
SHA256: f4f4d72faa7ef0891c46cb3c9c98451e5ed3fc04030b237501973c008b9d7d08
SHA512: 46cff40ec43fb839c2bbfcb57e3c5d7f40cc5fcb265f6f3e6d90155f9199189c5d69c7477c9552f010c603bc25bc8250dacdf85c287952c4efa440c3436b9670
Description-en: Command-line interface for Valve's Steam
Steam ( is a software content delivery system
developed by Valve software ( There is
some free software available, but for the most part the content delivered
is non-free.
The Steam Console Client or SteamCMD is a command-line version
of the Steam client. Its primary use is to install and update various
dedicated servers available on Steam using a command-line interface.
This package comes with a fairly substantial non-free license agreement
that must be accepted before installing the software. If you have any
opposition to non-free work, please select "I DECLINE" during the package
installation dialogs.
Description-md5: b07248086cabb08bc2914064e12c69a2