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Ubuntu is dropping 32-bit support, so Valve is dropping official support for Ubuntu

Will this have an impact on your choice of Distro in the future (existing Linux users)?

  • No, I don't use Ubuntu anyway

    Votes: 21 65.6%
  • No, I use Ubuntu but I don't use Steam

    Votes: 4 12.5%
  • Yes, I use Steam on Ubuntu and I will now need to look elsewhere

    Votes: 7 21.9%

  • Total voters
    32
  • Poll closed .

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Well, thank god. I'll bet winehq put some pressure on canonical. The first thing you do before installing wine is enable 32 bit arch support. 95% of games out there are still 32 bit. I still think Kubuntu is one of the best linux distros to step away from windows, it did it for me. I felt it would have been a huge mistake for them to do this and ruin that. We need to entice people away from windows, not back to it!
 
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