Valve has released another beta build of its Steam client, just a day after the previous one was released. Valve usually pushes a few Beta updates before upgrading the stable branch of Steam, and now it's time for another Beta build to be available for testing.
Steam for Linux is entering the final stages before the official launch and Valve has just opened the Beta program for everyone. Valve has finally managed to release Steam for Linux Beta to the public and not a moment too soon. We have it on good authority the Steam Winter Sale will also begin today. Linux users will thus get a chance t... (read more)
As things continue to heat up on the open source gaming front, Valve is preparing for a beta test of the Linux version of its popular Steam service, which Valve has promised to deliver by the end of this year. Many Linux gamers are watching this closely, especially after the popularity of Steam for the Mac.
Opera Software has finally managed to reach the beta stage with the latest version of its, to a degree, popular web browser for Linux. Opera 10.53 Beta 1 has been launched for Linux and FreeBSD, the first release of a somewhat stable build. While Opera 10.5x has been available on Windows for a couple of months, Linux users have been left out. Opera 10.53 Beta ...
Valve has just announced a new Beta version for its Steam Linux client, bringing a few changes and improvements to a feature that is not yet available to the general public. Valve usually pushes a few Beta updates before upgrading the stable branch of Steam, and this is just one of these versions.
As mentioned on the Valve Linux Blog, a beta survey has been posted by Valve to assess applicants’ fitness for beta-testing Steam and Left 4 Dead 2 on Linux: We’re looking for Linux gamers to install and test our new Steam for Linux client. We are primarily interested in experienced Linux users. In order to [...]