Category: How To

  • How to change the remote url of a local repository

    The git remote set-url command changes an existing remote repository URL.

  • How to install CUDA 5.0 Toolkit in Ubuntu

    This guide is based upon Ubuntu LTS 12.04, but same principles apply in 12.10 as well. Let’s start 1. Make sure you have a CUDA supported GPU You must have a nVIDIA GPU that supports CUDA, otherwise you can’t program in CUDA code. Here’s a list with the CUDA supported GPU models. 2. Install NVIDIA […]

  • Github: Step by step management of Github with Git Cola GUI

    Github doesn’t have an official UI app for Linux. But that is not a problem as Git Cola is really a good Github client for Linux

  • Manage Github with Git Gui on Linux

    Github is maybe the most widely used VCS hosting service that has a client for Mac and Windows but not for Linux. Git Gui is the easiest way to work with Github and so maybe it should become the default client for it.

  • AMD Catalyst 13.2 beta 3 driver up to 300% performance ?

    After several posts into their forums, it is now the time for AMD to launch their most awaited driver (bug-fixes concerning to Steam Linux client) that comes in their 3rd instalment of Catalyst 13.2 beta.  So, if you had problem with Serious Sam 3 or Team Fortress 2, now you can actually feel the ultimate gaming […]

  • How to test your system’s stability using mPrime

    When you get a new CPU and want to overclock,  typically you need to verify and stabilise your tested settings. First off let us remind you that we always recommend increments of 100MHz on cpu frequency (from the default base clock frequency upwards). In the first stage you overclock your CPU, in the second the […]

  • How to test your system’s stability using mPrime

    When you get a new CPU and want to overclock,  typically you need to verify and stabilise your tested settings. First off let us remind you that we always recommend increments of 100MHz on cpu frequency (from the default base clock frequency upwards). In the first stage you overclock your CPU, in the second the […]

  • What is Volt-modding ?

    Disclaimer: Volt-modding your hardware may void the warranty, cause overheating, instability, or even permanent damage. Please volt-mod on your own risk. Certain other procedures mentioned in this article may also cause damage, data loss, or voiding of warranty. Those referenced procedures include skills in electronics and require basic knowledge of hardware components. A volt-mod is […]

  • How to Benchmark with Team Fortress 2

    Open console (~) Type ‘record #‘  (Replace # with desired filename). Once you’re done recording what you want, type ‘stop‘ into console, then leave the game type “timedemo #” (Replace # with desired filename) to start benching   if you want just to play the video (not benchmarking) then: type ‘demoui‘ or press Shift-F2. Both will […]

  • How to enable low graphics mode in Unity

    In case you have old graphics hardware or any other low performance issues with Unity 3D, just try this and it might change your desktop responsiveness for the better. Especially those of you who were used to Unity 2D , you find this quite similar (in terms of desktop performance). Make no mistake here, this […]