The Valve Linux team announced last evening, July 16th, that they've selected the Ubuntu operating system to deploy their upcoming Steam client for Linux. The Linux team at Valve just created a few hours ago an official blog where they will publish everything there is to know about the Steam client for Linux, or more exactly Ubu... (read more)
Steam for Linux was finally launched by Valve, although for now it’s just the Beta client and only a handful of people have access to it. When Valve first announced that its Steam client will be available for Linux, a lot of users have asked themselves if there will be any significant differences between this version and the other ones released ... (read more)
Phoronix: Happy Birthday To The Steam Linux Client
It was one year ago today that Valve first made available the Steam Linux beta! While Phoronix was exclusively covering Valve's Linux developments in the months prior, it was on 6 November 2012 that Valve began rolling out the Steam Linux beta to selected participants...
Steam for Linux, the digital distribution platform developed by Valve, has just received an important update and gets a little closer to a stable release. Steam for Linux is still in the Beta stage of development and Valve is making a lot of changes to the client. The previous release of the client was just a few day... (read more)
It was one year ago today that Valve first made available the Steam Linux beta! While Phoronix was exclusively covering Valve's Linux developments in the months prior, it was on 6 November 2012 that Valve began rolling out the Steam Linux beta to selected participants.
Valve has launched a new Beta version for its Steam for Linux client, fixing a lot of issues, including quite a few for the Linux platform. When a development version garners sufficient changes, Valve promotes it to stable, and the work for the next beta starts almost immediately.