Steam for Linux, the digital distribution platform developed by Valve, has been patched again, this time bringing a fix for a bug that corrupted textures on Intel machines.
Steam for Linux is still in the Beta stage of development and Valve is making a lot of changes to the client.
Highlights of the new Steam for Linux update:
• An audio hang in games on systems with XDG_RUNTIME_DIR set (Kubuntu 12.10) has been fixed;
• A crash which occurred on startup and which was caused by a corrupt ClientRegistry.blob file has been fixed;
• A bug w/overlay corrupting textures on Intel GPU machines has been repaired.
A complete list of changes can be found in the official announcement. Keep in mind that this is Beta software, so problems are bound to appear.
Download Steam for Linux installer 220.127.116.11 right now from Softpedia.