Unfortunately, there's no current (legal) way to disable the Adobe Flash killswitch, and I would obviously not recommend trying to illegally "crack" copyrighted games unless you want angry lawyers coming your way. (It would also require a great deal of programming experience.) The Flash shutdown really, really sucks for older Flash games, including ...
Disclaimer: This suggestion is dangerous and can leave you vulnerable to security exploits.
You can download an old version of Firefox which does not have the Flash killswitch from https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/
You can download an old Flash version which does not have the killswitch from https://adobe_flash_player.en.downloadastro.com/...
Although you may not be able to, it's possible the websites themselves will be able to, using the Rust language project called Ruffle, a Flash Emulator. You described it as a local-emulator, but that's not all it is.
Ruffle is a Flash Player emulator written in Rust. Ruffle runs natively on all modern operating systems as a standalone application, and on ...
[12:02:11] [Server thread/WARN]: **** FAILED TO BIND TO PORT!
This is almost always because another server is running on this port. If you're hosting from a linux machine, you can check what processes are running using top, and using pkill java to kill any java processes
If you're on windows, you can try closing any applications from Task Manager, or as ...
What I didn't know, however, is that apparently Adobe will flip a killswitch and disable Flash entirely, regardless of your browser version.
This will most likely work, as long as the browser version is old enough not to have the killswitch-enabled version of the Flash plugin, so anything prior to ~2018 should work. We won't know for sure until the EOL date ...
You can find old versions of Firefox bundled with old versions of Flash Player.
Firefox is open source and this kind of redistribution is completely legal. As for Flash, this might be illegal or it might be gray area (illegal but tolerated) as happens with most abandonware, or even legal (fair use for research?). Laws are different in different jurisdictions ...
You're likely experiencing controller drift. As Ben indicated, if you can get access to a PC this is easy to verify.
Modern controllers, especially those shipped with a console, are not built in a very durable fashion. Stick drift is a very common problem with heavy use.
So what can you do? Subsequent steps if a reset does not appear to function:
Unfortunately, it appears there is little you can do about this issue, as it isn't an issue with your console. It is being caused because thousands of PS3 players are panicking and rushing to download their games, causing a massive amount of traffic to be pushed through, which the server has some trouble with. According to Push,
It [the errors] could be a ...
Since you are running Fedora, try this:
Check that 'freetype' is installed
dnf list installed | grep freetype
Open Steam, Select the Game, Go to Properties, Select 'Set launch
Enter the following line:
After that, the game
starts without crashing :-) And also, if you exited it once and want
Try disabling Windows 10's Game Mode
Despite Microsoft's claims to the contrary, it seems that some people have been getting poorer gaming results with 'Game Mode' enabled. What's more, it's enabled by default - so if you've done a fresh install of Windows 10, it's probably still turned on. To disable it:
Click Start -> 'Settings' Cog
Java is a program that other programs (like Minecraft) are built on. If you can't find that Java executable, chances are the problem is:
You don't have any version of Java installed. You will need to install Java.
You have a different version of Java installed. The folder jre1.8.0_31 refers to Java version 8, update 31. Try going to C:\Program Files\Java\, ...
This seemed to be my problem. I only had a blue screen once, after following someone's advice on a comment to disable CC items. Disabling weapon debris in the graphics settings fixed it.
Depending on how much your stepfather wants to keep playing FarmVille 2 and if you can't get it running with the launcher, there is one way that might still allow Flash to function, although I'm not 100% sure and it depends on how the kill switch is triggered.
This blog from September 2020 says that the removal of Flash from Windows machines will happen via ...
I found for me that the "missing games" weren't actually games. I have my library set up into 2 Collections: Favorites and Uncategorized. You can see that there is a lot missing from Uncategorized:
Similar to the answer from @Joachim, if you go into the filter settings and select Unplayed, a new category called "Tools" will appear. ...
The error looks pretty straightforward.
Vulkan detection: 0
No supported renderers found, exiting
This may mean either that your Graphics card has no vulkan driver support (generally because it is too old to be supported), or simply that you don't have the necessary driver/support packages installed.
(An OpenGL renderer hasn't been supported since some ...
Why This Happens
A Basic Switch
All keys on a keyboard are just a switch.
When you press the button it connects two wires allowing any current to pass through them.
The bolded wires have current going through them. Where ╎ is to show an unpressed switch.
With this we can ...
The server can't bind to the port, because it can't bind to the specified IP address in the first place.
The guide suggests to hardcode your local ip address in the server.properties file. Your server fails to bind the next day, because your IP is probably dynamic on your network, and it changed.
You could update the value of server-ip every time, or you ...
This is an unresolved bug.
Please consider researching the topic a little more before you post here. In this case, you can find the linked page on the 1st result by searching minecraft bedrock skins switching on any simple search engine.
I understand that you did do some more research on the topic, and that you have found items talking about the bug but ...
I would start off disabling all other applications from auto-starting and doing a "clean boot" and only having Steam be the ONLY application configured to auto start. Your comments only state that you've disabled Steam from auto starting.
If a clean boot with only steam running as autostart does not cause the issue then something else that is ...
I also had this issue with Steam. As you said, there are a few workarounds, but let's find a solution.
Before trying any steps, make sure Steam is not running. You may need to finish the processes with Task Manager.
Now, let's remove the cache. Open your Steam Installation Directory (Most likely C:/Program Files (x86)/Steam/) and delete the entire appcache ...
If there's no parts available, buy a scrapped PS3 controller off of eBay. Lots of people sell pre-broken controllers, and you may manage to find one with the ribbon cable intact.
Although, while that is an option, you could purchase another PS3 controller and if your current one has a custom shell, move shells over.
Your Fat PS3 might be starting to show pre-Yellow Light Of Death problems.
Near the Cell CPU of the PS3, there are some capacitors that the console uses to store small amounts of energy for the processor to stay stable under very heavy loads. The fact that you mention that the console turns on with complex/heavy game also helps with my theory.
The YLOD or ...
You should install zlib.i686 in addition to the regular zlib (x64), and (force) your game to link to it. It may work immediately, or you may have to use symlinks to get the game to load the correct library version.
The old version of zlib I need doesn't have an installer anymore, how do I install from source?
If the game is specifically looking for 1.2.9 (an ...
At first you need to install qt5-qtbase-gui and qt5-qtbase
do that with:
sudo dnf install qt5-qtbase-gui
sudo dnf install qt5-qtbase
Also make sure you have libcurl installed, if not install that, too.
The solution for:
error while loading shared libraries: libcurl-gnutls.so.4: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
I found here. So just ...
While I have noted that there are multiple methods to solve this issue online, the one that worked for me (which I couldn't find written anywhere prior) was adding this to the game's launch options in Steam: LD_PRELOAD=$HOME/.steam/steam/ubuntu12_32/steam-runtime/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libfontconfig.so.1 %command%
More elaborate instructions: