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Reading has taken humanity so far :p
You can use that in any version. You need to add the repos to the /etc/apt/sources.list, and then to ensure you use the steam versions you need to make a /etc/apt/preferences file which has the alchemist repo pinned highest, i.e. 1000
The headline features pulled in by Valve are:
Well, at least they appreciate your contribution. I personally do not use SteamOS(at least not now), so this does not concern me very much, but you still desrve thanks for helping others in need.
I would like to know this as well. I have a legacy radeon HD 4850, and would like to test steam os. I may be mistaken, but it seems the open source drivers work well enough. Are there any plans to include them?
Congrats to everyone!
The installer will fail on any Radeon older than HD5000. Valve guys are aware of this, they (nor I) have a persistent & usable workaround yet