Steam OS USB Bootable Installation Flash Drive

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Item location: London, Kentucky US
$10.79 USD
+ Free shipping

Product Details

Description:
After installation is complete, the system will reboot and automatically log on and install Steam. At this point an internet connection is required. If you have an internet connection, Steam will automatically install itself.
Condition:
Brand New
Format:
USB Flash drive
Minimum RAM:
4 GB
Number of Devices:
Unlimited
Minimum Processor Speed:
1 GHz
Platform:
Linux
Min. Hard Drive Space:
200 GB
For Operating Systems:
Linux
Brand:
Unbranded/Generic
Minimum Hard Drive Space:
200 GB
Operating Systems:
Linux
Operating System Edition:
Professional
Type:
Operating System

Seller Details

Seller:
brando549
Seller Rating:
624 (95%)
Ships to:
Worldwide
Shipping Options:
USPS First Class
Returns Accepted:
Yes

Additional Product Information

8GB SteamOS x64 USB Installation Boot Drive.

For creating a custom made Steam Machine and More!

SteamOS is a public release of our Linux-based operating system. The base system draws from Debian 8, code named Debian Jessie. Our work builds on top of the solid Debian core and optimizes it for a living room experience. Most of all, it is an open Linux platform that leaves you in full control. You can take charge of your system and install new software or content as you want.

SteamOS is designed to run Steam and Steam games. It also provides a desktop mode which can run regular Linux applications. SteamOS makes use of the standard APT package manager for software updates; you can add third-party sources to your subscribed repositories to gain access to more applications. SteamOS currently provides a limited set of packages, but many Debian jessie packages work fine on SteamOS. We plan to make a wider variety of packages vailable directly from the SteamOS repositories over time.

*This will erase everything on the target drive*.

Put the USB stick in your target machine. Boot your machine and tell the BIOS to boot off the stick. (usually something like F8, F11, or F12 will bring up the BIOS boot menu).

Make sure you select the UEFI entry, it may look something like "UEFI: Patriot Memory PMAP". If there is no UEFI entry, you may need to enable UEFI support in your BIOS setup.

Selected "Automated install (WILL ERASE DISK!)" from the menu.

The rest of the installation is unattended and will repartition the drive and install SteamOS.

After installation is complete, the system will reboot and automatically log on and install Steam. At this point an internet connection is required. If you have an internet connection, Steam will automatically install itself. If you do not have an internet connection (for instance, if you need to connect to a WiFi access point) you will get a popup telling you this. Close the popup and you will get the network configuration UI where you can set up your network. Once you are connected to the internet, close this UI and Steam will install itself.

After Steam finishes installing, your system will automatically reboot and create a backup of the system partition.

When the backup completes, select "reboot" to boot into your freshly installed SteamOS.

*THE USB DRIVE IN THE IMAGES IS FOR EXAMPLE ONLY.  YOUR DRIVE MAY NOT LOOK EXACTLY LIKE THE ONE IN THE DISPLAYED IMAGE*.

SOME SYSTEMS CANNOT BOOT TO USB. KNOW THIS BEFORE BUYING!!