Steam for Linux does not normally let you install games on a secondary hard drive, which sucks for SSD users. This is a simple BASH script that creates a partition on a new hard drive that Steam can install to without issue.
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Sort of working now! Still a few bugs to work out, but this script will take a fresh drive, create a partition, create a directory, assign appropriate permissions, and lets you install games to that partition.
A few problems:
1. It SHOULD just format your current drive to make a new partition of the size you indicate.
2. It SHOULD auto-mount the drive on reboot, but doesn't (this might be because of my testing rig)
3. It SHOULD create a mount point for your game directory, but it doesn't.
Still working on these things, but it at least sort of works.