misuse Dec 31, 2012 @ 12:06pm
Next Release - when?
In Github repo (that stands for bug tracker) I noticed new milestone named simply "Next Release" with a few issues dated to it. When are you going to release it?
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ReAzem Dec 31, 2012 @ 1:41pm 
They will release it when they closed the issues and when it's ready.
rudeboyskunk Dec 31, 2012 @ 4:57pm 
It's Valve time, so it'll probably be about 5 ATUs before we see it (and Left4Dead2).
Junior s2 Camila Dec 31, 2012 @ 5:15pm 
Question: Are we gonna need to manually update our clients or Steam will auto-update itself?
icecoldhaterade \\DzG// Dec 31, 2012 @ 7:18pm 
Originally posted by Ubuntu Junior s2 Camila:
Question: Are we gonna need to manually update our clients or Steam will auto-update itself?
steam should auto update itself since valve is adamant about that but because of there limited scope of how linux operates id say familarize yourself with how manual updates work just in case
gutigen o) Jan 1, 2013 @ 8:24am 
Originally posted by icecoldhaterade:
Originally posted by Ubuntu Junior s2 Camila:
Question: Are we gonna need to manually update our clients or Steam will auto-update itself?
steam should auto update itself since valve is adamant about that but because of there limited scope of how linux operates id say familarize yourself with how manual updates work just in case

What do you mean? Steam.deb adds repository to your source lists, so debs are updated, also client itself updates automaticly just like in windows. Don't see a need for manual updates as long as you use Ubuntu based distro (for now, they work on bringing Steam to officialy support other distros).
blackout24 Jan 1, 2013 @ 9:22am 
You don't have to do anything on other distros supported or not. When steam launches it always pulls the latest files otherwise people with outdated clients would log onto the Steam Network.
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