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A Non-UEFI SteamOS Image Has Been Developed By The Community

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Valve has released the first Beta version of SteamOS last week. It requires UEFI support, Intel or AMD 64-bit processor, 4GB or more memory, 500GB or larger disk and NVIDIA, AMD or Intel

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SteamOS Will Be A Gaming Linux System Only, Focusing On Steam Running In The Big Picture Mode

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Valve has announced that their SteamOS will not be an Ubuntu derivate, a while ago. Now, new information has been leaked to the press. It looks like SteamOS will not have a file

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Valve Has Confirmed That SteamOS Will Be Custom Made And Not An Ubuntu Derivate

Hello Linux Geeksters. There were many rumours in the Ubuntu community that the SteamOS will be based on Ubuntu, since Valve and Canonical has a good prefessional relationship. But Valve has confirmed that SteamOS will be a Linux system customized

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Nvidia Has Just Announced The Extent Of Its Involvement In Valve’s SteamOS

Hello Linux Geeksters. A while ago, Valve has announced that they will release their own gaming console called SteamBox (or the Steam Machine), running SteamOS, a new Linux system created by them. For now, we only know the possible hardware

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