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Post by Eorl @ 11:59am 20/12/12 | 4 Comments
For those on the Linux platform looking for a something to do, Valve has today revealed that the previously invitation-only Steam Linux Beta is now available to all who wish to test the client.
“This is a huge milestone in the development of PC gaming,” according to Gabe Newell, Valve President and co-founder. “Steam users have been asking us to support gaming on Linux. We’re happy to bring rich forms of entertainment and our community of users to this open, customer-friendly platform.”
For those looking to try the client out will find an ever-growing list of Linux supported games over here, plus an active Steam for Linux community group, and a new GitHub bug reporting repository for direct bug reporting. You can find the client available for download here.



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Mitch
Posted 12:29pm 20/12/12
Would love to try this but i'm just not sure where to begin. I guess a dual boot is the go (currently on win7) but scared ill mess things up.
thermite
Posted 12:40pm 20/12/12
Terrific! They need to decouple gaming from windows, especially now with how windows 8 shows that microsoft are just guessing how a computer should work
ShwaMiller86
Posted 12:42pm 20/12/12
It's pretty straight forward these days, actually! It'll just give you a dual boot option after you pop your PC on.

Give it a go, it's so much easier to get used to now! :D
koopz
Posted 09:24pm 20/12/12
cheers :)
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