The Hard Way [v0.19.3 Free] [APK] 'LINK'
This game is hard to play, but fun when you get going. I love it and hate it at the same time. The animations are choppy, and the girls are unrefined, but the game is fun to play, if you want to waste time. There is much better games out there.
The Hard Way [v0.19.3 Free] [APK]
It will expose the most useful variable names and functions for adjusting them. Specifically it exposes money, skills, and player attributes. But does not expose the relationship score variables. Its not hard to grind those as money is really the only thing that is painfully slow to earn
One change made in the refactor is that resource packs now allow Text to be used as the display name. With this change,ResourceManagerHelper#registerBuiltinResourcePack method can now take Text. The old String based method is now deprecated; use Text#literal for a hard-coded name.
QUESTION:###Does this project/os support 4k UHD HDR high bitrate video on ANY hardware?What must i do to get 4k uhd high bitrate and or 7.1 tracks to play properly on this? Does chrome os just not like 4k?Or does chrome not like high bitrate audio or whats the deal here? Anyone able to play UHD mkv Rips with this????
i tried my best to install but couldntmy laptop freezes after i write the code sudo sh install.shthen i have to force restart my laptopi have hp compaq presariocq42kindly help!!!!!!!!!!
A few questions:1.Is the process similar in installing drivers in ChromeOS as it is in Linux (since ChromeOS is Linux based)?2.Is it as simple as using the correct ChromeOS image to match the hardware you have? What I mean by that is you suggest using an Intel-based CPU and GPU and the Rammus image because that image uses the instructions for the I5 Gen 4 or later processor. I have a Pinebook Pro with the Rockchip RK3399 SOC with Mali T860 MP4 GPU which is the same SOC as the ASUS Flip C101PA, can I use the Bob image to try to install ChromeOS on this laptop? (I understand that I would have to change the install.sh script)3.Is there a discussion board that I can read for more information instead of bothering you? ?
Thanks for this article . Is the Chrome OS is free to use ? is there is piracy if we use it without purchase ? Please clear my doubt so i can continue to install chrome os on my old PC, which is running on Windows xp.
The issue is that in the scripting to install.sh it is set to install the OS to /dev/sda. However, your main drive, or the drive you want the OS to install onto may not actually be called /dev/sda. In my case the thumbstick that had Linux Mint on it was coming up as /dev/sda while the internal hard drive was actually called /dev/mmcblk0. I then had to modify the script install.sh file (While the file is still on your windows pc, open it with notepad. This will allow you to modify and save the document without losing the file extension .sh) and remove /sda from the last line of code and replace it with /mmcblk0 so that Chrome OS would install to my internal hard drive when I ran everything.
please whoever installing with that method make sure that your laptop hard drive removed from the motherboard (my hp laptop had a solid-state drive and a SSD for OS, I have tried that method and the chrome os installed on my hard drive instead the ssd) so the I have changed some code of that install.sh file)
Is there a way to do this on an older computer with BIOS instead of UEFI? I have a computer from 2011 that appears to only have plain BIOS. I have a hard drive I swap in it with CloudReady on it but I would love to try real Chrome OS
After this was done, I was able to add via secure boot (it must be on on this tablet to add new UEFI loaders) the bootia32.efi, from HDD0 in the /efi/boot folder then could have secure boot in either setting and get into ChromeOS fully. This tablet is a little underpowered for things, but it works nicely, the battery life already is an improvement and why I previously tried so hard to get the Android x86 project to boot on it, but that had issues with sound and wifi, this works perfectly (other than not being able to dim the display being my only issue)
Hi, can you detail out how you installed on mmcblk hard drive? I changed install to point to mmcblk0p2 but it errors out stating errors in chrome install script. Did you have to change anything in chrome install script? Thanks
It always shows not enough storage.I have used an 8 gb pendrive as installation media and my pc storage is 32 gb out of which 13 gb is free.Which one has the storage issue, installation media or the pc storage.
I have 2 drives in my laptop usually I use one of them as my main windows installing drive while the other to save my data. Will installing this erase both the drive (do to someone unknown error I am not able to save my data on usb or external hard drive or even cloud drive) so, will installing neverware chrome os erase my both drives? Please answer as soon as possible.
I want to thank the following companies which are providing support for the BusyBox project: Analog Devices, Inc. provided a Blackfin development board free of charge. Blackfin is a NOMMU processor, and its availability for testing is invaluable. If you are an embedded device developer, please note that Analog Devices has an entire Linux distribution available for download for this board. Visit for more information.
Changes since previous release:Aaro Koskinen: devmem: add 128-bit widthBernhard Reutner-Fischer (3): kbuild: fix building sha256 kbuild: Prefer -Oz over -Os seedrng: manually inline seed_rngBrandon Maier: xxd: fix typo in trivial usageDario Binacchi (2): fbset: abort on not handled options fbset: support setting pixel clock rateDavid Leonard: tsort: new appletDenys Vlasenko: Makefile.flags: add resolv to LDLIBS for linux compilers too (not only gnu ones) build system: detect if build host has no bzip2 scripts/echo.c: fix NUL handling in "abc\0 def" libbb/loop: fix compile failure (name collision) libbb/loop: optionally use ioctl(LOOP_CONFIGURE) to set up loopdevs libbb/loop: restore the correct return value of set_loop() libbb/sha1: add config-selectable fully unrolled version, closes 14391 libbb/sha1: add config-selectable partially unrolled version libbb/sha1: assembly versions for x86 libbb/sha1: optional x86 hardware accelerated hashing libbb/sha256: optional x86 hardware accelerated hashing libbb: change xstrndup, xmemdup to take size_t as size parameter libbb: factor out fflush_stdout_and_exit(EXIT_SUCCESS) libbb: fflush_stdout_and_exit(0) still exits with _error_ (not 0!) if fflush fails libbb: fix fallout from nth_string() robustification, closes 14726 libbb: introduce and use chdir_or_warn() libbb: invert the meaning of SETUP_ENV_NO_CHDIR -> SETUP_ENV_CHDIR tls: P256: remove NOP macro sp_256_norm_8() tls: include signature_algorithms extension in client hello message examples/var_service/dhcp_if: make helper scripts more talkative testsuite/mount.tests: accomodate umount failure seen on 5.18.0 testsuite/sha1sum.tests: fix false positive failure shell: add comments about SIGINT-related problems shell: fix compile failures in some configs ash,hush: fix handling of SIGINT while waiting for interactive input ash: ^C with SIG_INGed SIGINT should not exit the shell ash: do not truncate failed tilde expansion on unknown user names ash: fix ifs cleanup on error paths ash: fix unsafe use of mempcpy ash: fix use-after-free in pattern substitution code awk: input numbers are never octal or hex (only program consts can be) bc: hopefully fix bug 14956 (use-after-free) cut: build fix for FEATURE_CUT_REGEX ifplugd: split -a into -a and -A, latter disables upping in iface creation init: do not set HOME ls: implement ls -sh (human-readable allocated blocks) md5/shaXsum: use FEATURE_COPYBUF_KB to size the buffer instead of fixed 4k mv: fix error in !VERBOSE configs nmeter: %[md] %[mw] - dirty file-backed pages, writeback pages powertop: fix cpuid asm: ebx saving/restoring is properly done by gcc sed: correctly handle 'w FILE' commands writing to the same file sed: fix double-free in FEATURE_CLEAN_UP=y configs sed: fix handling of escaped delimiters in s/// replacement sed: fix handling of escaped delimiters in s/// search pattern, closes 14541 seedrng: chdir to the SEED_DIRECTORY - avoid concat_path_file's seedrng: do not hash in a constant string, it's not adding entropy seedrng: do not hash lengths, they are very predictable seedrng: do not try to continue on unexpected errors (just exit) seedrng: explain why we need locking and fsync'ing seedrng: include file/dir names in error messages seedrng: re-add fsync after unlink, and explain its purpose seedrng: reduce MAX_SEED_LEN from 512 to 256 seedrng: remove redundant assignment seedrng: remove unnecessary zero-filling of local variables seedrng: restore error check on fsync seedrng: simplify read_new_seed() to not have error return seedrng: use more xfuncs where appropriate shaNNNsum: accept one-space "HASH FILENAME" format for -c, closes 14866 sort: fix -k2M (wasn't skipping leading whitespace) sort: fix -s -r interaction: 'stable' order is not affected by -r sort: fix sort -s -u, closes 14871 sort: support -h sulogin: increase util-linux compatibility sulogin: start _login_ shell only with -p sulogin: util-linux does not say "normal startup" on Ctrl-D taskset: fix printf format mismatch in !FEATURE_TASKSET_FANCY config. closes 14616 top: fix display of large PID/PPID top: improve large PID display in memory ('s') mode tree: make it unicode-aware tree: unicode tweak (use normal space char, 0x20) udhcpc6: add missed big-endian conversions udhcpc6: align FF02__1_2 udhcpc6: downgrade "opening listen socket" log level to 2 udhcpc6: fix binding to network aliases udhcpc6: fix sending of renew messages udhcpc6: use a different default config script xargs: implement -o, closes 15146 xxd -r: handle offsets xxd -r: without -p, stop at more than one whitespace, closes 14786 xxd: fix use of non-initialized data xxd: use bb_simple_perror_msg... where appropriateEmanuele Giacomelli: XXXsum: handle binary sums with " " in the pathGrob Grobmann: vi: add 'ZQ' quitting commandHenrique Rodrigues: ping: fix typo in --help textJason A. Donenfeld (10): seedrng: import SeedRNG utility for kernel RNG seed files seedrng: use libbb functions seedrng: hoist bb_strtoul out of min/max seedrng: remove some global variables seedrng: further reduce size seedrng: use predefined strings where possible seedrng: avoid needless runtime strlen() call seedrng: compress format strings with %s arguments seedrng: code-golf even smaller seedrng: prune header includesKhem Raj: apply const trick to ptr_to_globalsLouis Sautier: pkill: add -e to display the name and PID of the process being killedLudwig Nussel: libbb: mark stack in assembly files read-onlyNatanael Copa (2): awk: fix use after free (CVE-2022-30065) more: accept and ignore -ePaul Fox: crond: implement support for setting PATH in crontab filesPeter Kaestle: unzip -l: add missed big-endian conversions date and timeRoger Knecht: tree: new appletRon Yorston (8): libbb: restore special handling of nomsg errors libbb: make '--help' handling more consistent lineedit: get PWD from ash ash,hush: use HOME for tab completion and prompts vi: fix regression in autoindent handling vi: handle autoindent in 'cc' command vi: improved handling of backspace in replace mode vi: fix backspace over tab in commandsSamuel Thibault: Fix non-Linux buildsShawn Landden: ash: optional sleep builtinSören Tempel (3): ed: add support for -s command-line option as mandated by POSIX ash: don't read past end of var in subvareval for bash substitutions ash: fix use-after-free in bash pattern substitutionTimo Teräs: mkfs.vfat: fix volume label to be padded with spaceVincent Stehlé: fdisk: recognize EBBR protective partitionsWalter Lozano: Add support for long options to cmpXiaoming Ni (4): loop: fix a race when a free loop device is snatched loop: refactor: extract subfunction get_next_free_loop() loop: simplify code of LOOP_SET_FD failure loop: refactor: extract subfunction set_loopdev_params() 041b061a72