How to fix League of Legends LOL game crashed / reconnecting – Collection of fixes / Fix LoL


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First. Please read it careful if something is wrong or you got something else PLEASE SHARE it add comments and I will update the set of fixes so the other gamers can enjoy the game the same as you 🙂

How to fix crashing in League of Legends? Why I am creating it?

The answer is simple I had the same issue and I wonder what I have changed that suddenly the game started crashing every time. Welcome Bans and lost of lost games !

The game should PC proof but it seems it is not :).

In my situation everything was working fine then suddenlyt it started crashing all the time. Lags in game/ Crash PC restarted game re installation nothing helped ;).

I manage to get a list of thing what it might be and after I finish doing everything and restarting my PC at the end it fixed my problem.

If nothing below helped you report your issue to LOL

https://support.leagueoflegends.com/requests/new

0.1 Check your Internet Connection. The below is recommend by LOL

              http://n1.netalyzr.icsi.berkeley.edu

0.2 Check if you meet all the LOL criteria with regards to networking

http://demo1.speedsight.com/quality-detail.html?code=lol

1. Uninstall Pando Booster.

  • This get installed together with game at some point and once you got a game and it’s completely not needed.

2. IP Helper Disabling – Windows Service (This is for proxy, IPv6)

What the IP helper is ?

Windows description: Provides tunnel connectivity using IPv6 transition technologies (6to4, ISATAP, Port Proxy, and Teredo) and IP-HTTPS. If this service is stopped, the computer will not have the enhanced connectivity benefits that these technologies offer. Why this can be disabled: Many organizations haven’t even started testing IPv6, much less fully deployed it. As indicated in the service description, the IP Helper service is leveraged in IPv4-to-IPv6 transitions

Please follow the steps below to disable it. PC restart my be required once you finish for the changes to take affect.

  • Press the keys “Windows” and “R” simultaneously. (Windows normally between Left Alt and Left Ctrl) or click the windows start button bottom left and click the search box
  • Type “services.msc” in the field and hit enter.
  • Scroll down and find “IP Helper” in the list.
  • Right-Click on “IP Helper” and select “Properties.”
  • Change “Startup type” to “Disabled.”
  • Stop the service
  • Click “Ok.”
  • Reboot your machine.

3. Java updater in running processes can also cause the game to drop in champion loading screen disable this if possible show up in process as jusched.exe*32

  • Right click on star bar then click on Task Manager then go to Processes and if its running kill the process by right clicking and pressing End Task
  • Next step is to disable it in Java

4. Switching to the NA (North America) server, grabbing the patch and then switching back to EU. This fix is not for NA users obviously 🙂

5. Use the Logitech G19 keyboard from Logitech can cause issues and the LOL support for Logitech seems to be causing problems.

  •   to disable the support ready Step 8 and Step 13 just in case.

6. Right click your lol.exe and go into properties and run it for 640 x 480 in the settings (the little tick box) the bug splats stop happening and it connects to the game successfully, maybe turning down the resolution in the actual config file / settings may help too.

  • your computer / riot games / league of legends / RADS / solutions / lol_game_client_sln / releases / 0.0.0.236 / deploy – Right click league of legends .exe and tick the box for run in 640 x 480. doesn’t bug splat anymore.
    seems to work for a number of people, doesn’t seem to fix everyone though

7. I have a Microsoft Sidewinder X4 that is changing profile with LoL application.

  • Again disable switching in application or uninstall it.

8.Logitech hardware support

  • can now be disabled by adding “LogitechSupport=0” to the “General” section in your game.cfg Path – >C:\Riot Games\League of Legends\Config\game.cfg (This may be different depend where you have installed your game)

9.  Blocking IP 54.244.21.158 on firewall

  • This fix will block overloaded auth IP so u can connect to sever!!!
  • Also u can block it manually with ur router or firewall – 54.244.21.158
  • Open up Windows Firewall -> Advanced -> Inbound/Outbound Rule and add blocking for a specific IP 54.244.21.158

10.Disabling Logitech program/software can also fix game crashing.

  • This seems to fix the problem if you have a Logitech G35 software. Good advise. Disable it anyway 🙂

 11. ATI Catalyst and Nvidia Control panel may set up profiles which override program settings.

  • Try disabling them to ensure they are not conflicting with the game. Additionally, you could even enable a profile (if it was already disabled) to see if this fixes the problem.

12.After closing down the program “Logitech Gaming Software 8.50”

13. Renaming Logitech DLL files

  • Go to your Riot Games directory and there to: \Riot Games\League of Legends\RADS\solutions\lol_game_client_sln\release s\XXXXX-version(it’s a number)\deploy
  • There are two files: LogitechGkey.dll and LogitechLed.dll
  • Make a copy of each file, just in case. Then delete the two in the \deploy folder. Loading screen should now start without crashing.

14. Unistalled LOLreplay

15. Another reason may be for those who updated to windows 8.1. In this case, RiotRadsIO.dll will make an error.

16. http://forums.euw.leagueoflegends.com/board/showthread.php?t=1633122

17. Run Compatibility troubleshooter

  • On Windows 8 Right click on LOL launcher then click on Properties -> Compatibility and Run compatibility Troubleshooter

18. Disabled LoLRecorder.

19. Uninstall Razor Game Booster.

20.  Install latest drives for Ati and Nvidia graphics card.

21. Don’t buy any hardware 🙂

22. In very hardcore situation Windows Re installation fix it as well.

23. Add lol…..exe files to DAP

Control – Panel – System -> Advance -> Performance then Settings -> Data Execution Prevention and add lol.launcher.exe / lol.launcher.admin then restart your PC.
24. Change DNS to 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4

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How to fix game crashing in League of Legends

Once of the possible solution is to rename these files.

These files can be found here (The path might slightly different)

C:\Riot Games\League of Legends\RADS\solutions\lol_game_client_sln\releases.0.1.45\deploy

LogitechGkey.dll

LogitechLed.dll

Raname these files to something else eg

LogitechGkey.dll -> AAALogitechGkey.dll 

LogitechLed.dll -> AAALogitechLed.dll 

 

This may resolve your issue.

You need to do after every game update.

Enjoy your game!

£10m Broadband Innovation Fund winners announced | IT PRO

£10m Broadband Innovation Fund winners announced | IT PRO.

Government confirms details of eight projects that look set to benefit from Broadband Innovation Fund

Eight potential beneficiaries of a £10 million fund have been selected as part of the government’s ongoing bid to offer superfast network connectivity to rural areas.

The Broadband Innovation Fund was first announced by the government in December 2013 to explore how superfast broadband services can be delivered to remote areas of the UK.

The scheme is aimed at, specifically, connecting up the “final five per cent” of the UK to superfast broadband services, as many of the government’s efforts in this area to date have centred on delivering this kind of connectivity to 95 per cent of the UK by 2017.

The government has now announced details of eight projects that have been selected to take part in a feasibility study before being deployed later this year.

The eight projects pioneer the use of fixed wireless and satellite technologies to provide internet connectivity, as well as new financing and operating models to deliver web access, in different parts of the UK.

Fast and reliable broadband revolutionises everything from how we work and how our children learn, to how we spend our leisure time and engage with public services.

Several firms, respectively covering Wales, North Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire, are touting wireless technology as the answer to these regions’ connectivity woes.

Devon and Somerset, along with Northern Ireland and Scotland, have been seized on by two companies as potential candidates for satellite connectivity.

Hampshire has also been flagged as an area that could benefit from taking a mixed approach that covers fibre, fixed wireless and sub-loop unbundling.

In Northumberland, it has been proposed that superfast broadband access could be achieved by using a social investment-type model to fund fibre-to-the-premises and wireless-based connections.

Meanwhile, in Kent, the prospect of aggregating small wireless networks to deliver internet access has also been touted.

Dan Rogerson, the government’s rural affairs minister, shed some light on why delivering superfast broadband to rural areas is an important issue to tackle.

“Fast and reliable broadband revolutionises everything from how we work and how our children learn, to how we spend our leisure time and engage with public services,” he said.

“It is critical that we explore how to get superfast broadband out to these hard to reach areas to allow business to be more productive, innovative and competitive, which is crucial for building a stronger rural economy and fairer society.”

Malcolm Corbett, CEO of the Independent Networks Co-Operative Association (INCA), welcomed news of the pilots.

“This is a very useful initiative and we are keen to help local authorities and INCA members learn from the trials,” he said.

“There is a huge amount of experience, professionalism and entrepreneurial enthusiasm in the independent sector that can play a big role in creating Britain’s future digital infrastructure.”

Read more: http://www.itpro.co.uk/networking/22519/10m-broadband-innovation-fund-winners-announced#ixzz357iYK3qY

How to Install Xen on CentOS and create your private Cloud for testing

1. Installation of CentOS in VirtualBox

This is easy so I wont’be writing too much. Ask me question if you have any problems.

2. OK. CentOS is installed on!

You need to setup your network so you have access to the Internet.

a).

Check by issuing command $ifconfig

if you have’nt got eth0 then

$ifconfig eth0 up

Job done you are great!

$dhclient

So we now have IP configuration set up . Yupi!

can you ping Google DNS 8.8.8.8 $ping 8.8.8.8

YES! You can’t I know that 1 point score for you! 0:1 for me 😦

Lets install XEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HYPER DUPER SUPER virtualization enviroment.

yum install centos-release-xen
yum install xen

:) easy isn't it ?

I am using Cent OS 6.5 minimal instal version so 73mb to downlad

The Xen hypervisor runs above the linux kernel, and we need to tell grub to boot it first and then chain boot the linux kernel for our dom0. In order to do that, a script is provided as part of the centos-release-xen rpm, lets run that now:

/usr/bin/grub-bootxen.sh

At this point if you look at your /boot/grub/grub.conf it should have something like this:

 

title CentOS (3.4.46-8.el6.centos.alt.x86_64)
        root (hd0,0)
        kernel /xen.gz dom0_mem=1024M,max:1024M loglvl=all guest_loglvl=all
        module /vmlinuz-3.4.46-8.el6.centos.alt.x86_64 ro root=/dev/mapper/vg_xen01-lv_root rd_LVM_LV=vg_xen01/lv_swap rd_NO_LUKS  KEYBOARDTYPE=pc KEYTABLE=uk rd_NO_MD LANG=en_GB rd_LVM_LV=vg_xen01/lv_root SYSFONT=latarcyrheb-sun16 crashkernel=auto rd_NO_DM rhgb quiet
        module /initramfs-3.4.46-8.el6.centos.alt.x86_64.img

and this should be set as your default boot kernel. Once you reboot, verify that the 3.x kernel is running with:

uname -r

and verify that xen is running with:

xm info

At this point you are now ready to bring up your first VM, and there are multiple ways of achieving this. For new users, who are looking for the easiest install path, the Libvirt process is recommended. Advanced users looking to hand setup the network, the backing filestore and the xen environment will most likely want to use the xen command line tools.

  • With Xen CLI tools, including xm and xl: /Xen4Cli

  • Using LibVirt/ Virt-install and Virt-Manager with xen4centos: /Xen4Libvirt

 

I normally like to add a couple of packages to every minimal install, and some things later may need these packages. Install them via this command:

 

yum install rsync wget vim-enhanced openssh-clients

 

Installing libvirt (on the Dom0 machine)

First we need to install the basic packages required for libvirt:

 

yum install libvirt python-virtinst libvirt-daemon-xen
After the install, restart your Dom0 machine. 


That is it to start of now you can create your virtual inside virtual machine ;)

 

 

Get response time with curl

Sany's Linux and Open Source Blog

To get response time of website/url with curl use following command:

$ curl -o /dev/null -s -w %{time_total}n  http://www.google.com

Output:

0.889

We can also use following command to get different types of times with curl:
$ curl -o /dev/null -s -w {time_connect}:%{time_starttransfer}:%{time_total}n  http://www.google.com
Output:

0.501:0.867:0.867

Above commands will written the output in seconds.

-Sany

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EX200 Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) Exam Objectives

  • Boot, reboot, and shutdown the system normally
  • Diagnose and correct problems at boot
  • Boot systems into different runlevels for troubleshooting and system maintenance
  • Use single-user mode to gain access to a system for which the root password is not known
  • Diagnose and correct misconfigured networking settings
  • Diagnose and correct hostname resolution problems
  • Diagnose and address permissions problems and SELinux policy violations
  • Diagnose and correct non-hardware disk storage problems
  • Adding new partitions, logical volumes, filesystems, and swap areas to a system non-destructively
  • Manually open, mount, unmount, and close LUKS-encrypted filesystems
  • Extend existing unencrypted ext4-formatted logical volumes
  • Login or switch user to the root account
  • Use ssh and VNC to access remote systems
  • Locate and read on-line documentation using man, info, and files in /usr/share/doc
  • Locate and analyze system log files
  • Understand how to use grep and regular expressions to analyze text output
  • Access a bash shell prompt and issue commands with correct syntax; use pipelines and I/O redirection
  • Use text editors such as gedit and vim to create and edit text files
  • Manage system resources: Identify CPU/memory intensive processes, adjust process priority with renice, kill processes
  • Manage files and directories: Create/delete/copy/move; create hard and soft links
  • Use tar, gzip, and bzip2 to archive and compress files
  • Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux manually with the graphical installer from network installation media
  • Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux automatically using Kickstart
  • Configure a physical machine as a RHEL-based virtualization host
  • Manage virtual machines: Install/start/stop/configure to start at boot/access a VM’s graphical console
  • Manage disk partitions: Understand MBR-style partitions (primary,extended,logical); list/create/delete partitions
  • Manage logical volumes: Create/remove physical volumes, assign PVs to volume groups, create/delete logical volumes
  • Create and configure LUKS-encrypted partitions and logical volumes to prompt for password and mount decrypted filesystem at boot
  • Canage ext4 filesystems: Create, label, mount, mount automatically at boot (by UUID or label), unmount
  • Mount and unmount CIFS and NFS network filesystems, manually or by configuring autofs
  • Manage network devices: Understand basic IP networking/routing, configure IP addresses/default route statically or dynamically
  • Manage name resolution: Set local hostname, configure /etc/hosts, configure to use existing DNS server
  • Manage network services: Check status, start, stop, configure to start automatically at boot
  • Configure the scheduling of tasks using cron and at
  • Manage local user and group accounts: Create, delete, change passwords, adjust password aging, adjust group memberships
  • Use network user and group accounts stored on an existing LDAP directory service
  • Manage standard permissions: List, interpret, change ugo/rwx
  • Use sgid directories for collaboration
  • Set and manage Access Control Lists (ACLs)
  • Manage SELinux security: Set enforcing/permissive modes, list file and process context, restore default file context, use “booleans” to adjust policy
  • Manage default firewall settings with basic tools
  • Install and update software packages from RHN or remote repository, or from the local filesystem
  • Update the kernel package appropriately to ensure a bootable system
  • Modify the system bootloader
  • Configure the system to synchronize system time using remote NTP servers
  • Deploy a VNC server that allows multiple desktops to be shared
  • Deploy file sharing services with HTTP/FTP