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Thread: There Is No Doubt, Steam Is Coming To Linux!

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    well what if someone "accidentaly" made a torrent of this and uploaded it to a tracker

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAY4 View Post
    wtf guys, seriously?
    No, no, it was a fun bastard not a serious bastard. Australian sense of humour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAY4 View Post
    well what if someone "accidentaly" made a torrent of this and uploaded it to a tracker
    I'll say this again... NO.

    We're not entitled and we'll get it when Valve sees fit for us to have it.

    Anything else is...

    1) An infringement of Valve's copyrights.

    2) Likely to endanger Linux gaming as a whole.

    Drop.
    IT.
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    Guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAY4 View Post
    well what if someone "accidentaly" made a torrent of this and uploaded it to a tracker
    This would be copyright infringement and you would be banned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAY4 View Post
    well what if someone "accidentaly" made a torrent of this and uploaded it to a tracker
    And it would screw the official release of steam for linux... so better stop to mess around with that and wait for the damn thing to be released...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAY4 View Post
    well what if someone "accidentaly" made a torrent of this and uploaded it to a tracker
    Why should someone do this. You can get the Linux Version from the Vavle servers and follow the instructions on this form. If you're not able to do this, than you should stick with the Windows Version, till the Linux Version is released.

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    I agree that one should keep the steam hacking for them self. No need to frighten other game developers, by showing linux users is a bunch of hackers :-)

    I don't mind if one would hack in steam by them self, and never publish the hacked steam version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans View Post
    I agree that one should keep the steam hacking for them self. No need to frighten other game developers, by showing linux users is a bunch of hackers :-)

    I don't mind if one would hack in steam by them self, and never publish the hacked steam version.
    Good thing I emailed the Valve developer of the Linux version with the patches

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    Quote Originally Posted by j883376 View Post
    Good thing I emailed the Valve developer of the Linux version with the patches
    Haha! Making the case for the open source development process!

    Nah, not really. Let's not scare Valve away just yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Remco View Post
    Haha! Making the case for the open source development process!

    Nah, not really. Let's not scare Valve away just yet.
    I did actually send him an email with the patches.

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