Unlock the full potential of your Steam Deck using Nix

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  • nix

    Nix, the purely functional package manager

    Lately I got to tinker about with the Nix package manager (of NixOS), and it has really brought my Steam Deck in line with a "real" Linux computer, I'm able to spin up Dockers, install just about any package I've used to work with, and really personalize my Deck - all without compromising the security and integrity of the SteamOS and the A/B partitioning - as it's ALL done within the 'deck' user-space.

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