How to stop steam updating
Edit: it's not completely not doing it, it's doing it like 1 or 2MB at a time, explains why the workshop files worked.
You can try these: https://steamcommunity.com/discussions/forum/1/64881674...
This means in-progress downloads will no longer pause when a game is launched in the Steam client, though this functionality can be toggled on a case-by-case basis if your internet connection isn't up to scratch.
The update will also allow users to set times for automatic updates.
To fix this problem, it’s advised that you disable Steam from automatically starting by following these steps: error message, you should try running Steam from Steam’s installation directory.
So you may add the contents of the steam allow list from (list=steam) to /etc/blockcontrol/allow.p2p Would you mind showing an example of how that is done?I can't figure out how to allow ranges in Block Control.This tool will repair common computer errors, protect you from file loss, malware, hardware failure and optimize your PC for maximum performance.Response on Cedega Forums is rather slow, so I figured I'd post this here to see if some of you could help. I had to open a console and run "cedega Steam Install.exe," rather than using the UI, but that doesn't matter: Steam installed... This screen seemingly uses 100% CPU indefinitely, and nothing, not even the cancel button have any effect. then continue to run the commands in the post above. Probably best stopping Mo Block by hand when you run steam then restarting it.