This is why Valve is switching from Debian to Arch for Steam Deck’s Linux OS

We recently enjoyed some hands-on time with Valve’s Steam Deck and got to talk to the engineers behind Valve’s bold handheld project. While there are plenty of questions surrounding the hardware side of the Steam Deck, there’s also the whole matter of the operating system to consider as well. Although it can, it won’t be running Microsoft Windows out of the box, but rather Valve’s own SteamOS 3.0 instead. 

There’s a key change from the version of SteamOS designed for its failed Steam Machines project though, and that’s a switch away from Debian as the core distribution over to Arch instead. Both are popular Linux distributions, but they’re aimed at different markets and that makes for some fundamental differences between the two—most notably how they are updated. 

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