Valve Rolls Out New Steam Client Stable Update with Promised Linux Changes, More
Today Valve announced the availability of a new stable update of the Steam Client for all supported platforms, including the company’s SteamOS operating system for Steam Machines, as well as GNU/Linux, macOS, and Microsoft Windows.
Bringing all the new features during the Beta stages of development, the new Steam Client update improves the interaction between the Steam runtime and your GNU/Linux distribution’s libraries. This is a huge and long-anticipated milestone for the Steam Client, which, unfortunately, did not work out-of-the-box on all Linux-based operating systems.
“Improved interactions between the Steam runtime and host distribution libraries, which should let Steam work out of the box with open-source graphics drivers on modern distributions. If using an older distribution or running into problems, use STEAM_RUNTIME_PREFER_HOST_LIBRARIES=0 to revert to previous behavior,” reads today’s announcement… (read more)
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