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Massive Steam Client Update Brings Chromium 45, Big Picture Improvements, FLAC Support

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Hear ye, hear ye! Valve just pushed a few minutes ago a new, massive update to the stable branch of their Steam desktop client for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows operating systems.

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Also: Steam for Linux Beta Client Gets More Fixes in New Update

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Valve Makes SteamOS 2.0 the Official Distro, Now Based on Debian 8.2

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Valve is making SteamOS 2.0 the official version supported by the company, and it looks like it might ship with the Steam Machines after all.

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SteamOS Now Based on Debian 8.2 and Fully Supports Xbox 360 and Xbox One Controllers

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Valve is working on SteamOS, and the newest version of this Linux distro is now based on Debian 8.2. The developers have also added some new features and packages, and it looks like things are in place for the November launch of the Steam Machines.

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SteamOS Brewmaster Now Has Improved Auto-Repair Function

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Valve seems to put a lot of effort into the SteamOS Brewmaster branch, which is based on Debian 8, although it's not giving any indications that it wants to migrate to the new version before the Steam Machines are launched.

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Trine 3: The Artifacts Of Power Linux Beta Released

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After waiting a while, we now have access to Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power in beta form. There are a number of issues though. You can find the announcement post here.

I've been very interested in trying it out, but the negative reaction the game does have me a little worried. People haven't been happy with how long the game is, and the story seems to be cut quite short.

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