Valve to quit support for Ubuntu over 32-bit block

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Lack of support for 32-bit games in future versions of Ubuntu means many Steam games will no longer run

Valve is to discontinue support for Ubuntu following Canonical's decision to ditch the 32-bit architecture. Pierre-Loup Griffais, a developer for Valve, has confirmed on Twitter that the company...

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