I use Autodesk Flame on Linux and I'm getting errors when the Shotgun Desktop starts

When launching the Shotgun Desktop on a Linux machine running Autodesk Flame, you might encounter the following error message.

VerificationError: importing '/opt/Shotgun/Resources/Python/tk-framework-desktopstartup/python/server/resources/python/dist/linux/cryptography/_Cryptography_cffi_36a40ff0x2bad1bae.so': /opt/Shotgun/Resources/Python/tk-framework-desktopstartup/python/server/resources/python/dist/linux/cryptography/_Cryptography_cffi_36a40ff0x2bad1bae.so: symbol ECDSA_OpenSSL, version OPENSSL_1.0.1_EC not defined in file libcrypto.so.10 with link time reference

Unfortunately, the version of OpenSSL that is supported by OSes capable of running Flame is older than what the Shotgun Desktop requires. Therefore, it is impossible to use the Shotgun Desktop's browser integration on those OSes. We therefore recommend that you disable Shotgun Desktop's browser integration. Click here if you don't know how to disable the browser integration.

If you wish to launch Flame from the browser, we recommend you use Firefox and our Java plugin or the browser plugin.

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