SteamOS 2.67 Beta (Valve’s Linux System For Gaming) Received Interesting Features

Valve has recently released Steam OS 2.67 Beta, which is their Debian-based Linux system created by Valve to conquer your living room.

This release contains mostly bug-fixes, but it has also received an update for the PulseAudio sound server, received better support for profiles that change their availability when HDMI EDL.

Also, a toggle for the Alienware Deep Sleep in the control script has been implemented, and various other packages have been updated, including: Git, Bind9, Debian Installer (the kernel ABI has been updated to version 25), Iceweasel, Jasper, Perl, and Samba.

Recently, the latest SteamOS updates have received Steam Controller enhancements, SteamVR changes, the usage of Joystick Click and A/B/X/Y as Mode Shift buttons has been improved.

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