Product Update - Valve
Counter-Strike: Condition Zero (CS:CZ) is now available for Linux players via Steam. CS:CZ is the fifth Valve title to be released for Linux and, with its release, pushes the total number of Linux games available on Steam to 80.

Launched just three weeks ago, the Steam for Linux client is available for free from the Ubuntu Software Center. More Valve titles are heading to Linux in the coming weeks and months.

For more information, please visit http://steamcommunity.com/linux

Product Update - Valve
Updates to the Half-Life 1 Dedicated Servers are now available. The specific changes are:

- Fixed crash exploit due to a malformed customization packet
Product Update - Valve
Updates to the GoldSrc Dedicated Server have been released. The updates will be applied automatically when your Steam client is restarted. The major changes include:

  • Added sv_logsecret support
  • Added sv_filetransfermaxsize to limit the size of a file the game server will try to send to a client
  • Added halflife.wad and xeon.wad to the not allowed to download to a client list
  • Increased max heapsize of 128mbyte for the dedicated server, default to 40mb still
  • Added sv_allow_dlfile, if set to 1 and sv_downloadurl is set still allow local downloads
  • changed motd_write to only work if the process is running an active server and the command is from the console
  • prevented several client redirection exploits when connecting to a server
  • Changed "Non-sprite set to glow!\n" debug console output to be dev only
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