Tag: ubuntu

  • How to install OGRE SDK from source

    In this article we will present you how to install OGRE SDK, that so how to compile it from source. Even though we are aware that compiling is not recommended in Ubuntu, in this particular program is vital to do so. However, before we continue to the installation instructions, you need to know what OGRE […]

  • Linux STEAM beta available next week!

    Great news from Valve’s Linux blog, since these guys are not joking around. Seriously, there are going to release the “most wanted” Steam beta in Linux. The version will be only available in Ubuntu 12.04. Notice that it will be closed beta, not public, meaning that Valve is going to send Steam beta only to […]

  • How to install nNVIDIA 304.51 drivers in Ubuntu

    Today NVIDIA has released a new (stable) Linux graphics drivers for Linux community. The latest beta nVIDIA 304.51 driver is now available for download and offers support for the new models of GeForce GTX 6xx series, meaning GTX650 and GTX600. Simply put, this is the stable version for 304.48 — the last week’s beta driver. […]

  • The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind now in Linux – OpenMW

    [toggle title=”What’s Morrowind”] The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind® Game of the Year Edition includes Morrowind plus all of the content from the Bloodmoon and Tribunal expansions. The original Mod Construction Set is notincluded in this package. An epic, open-ended single-player RPG, Morrowind allows you to create and play any kind of character imaginable. You can choose to follow the main storyline and find the source […]

  • nVIDIA 304.48 drivers released – Install Guide

    Today NVIDIA has released a new (beta) Linux graphics drivers for Linux community. The latest beta nVIDIA 304.48 driver is now available for download and offers support for the new models of GeForce GTX 6xx series, meaning GTX650 and GTX600. For more information take a look at the changelog below: [toggle title=”304.48 Changelog”] – Fixed […]

  • How to Certify your Ubuntu compatible Hardware

    As a hardware, gaming, overclocking, tuning and optimizing website we provide information about a huge amount of hardware equipments ready to enable you to build your PC or  to buy as a pre-built system. It is crucial to also make sure that this hardware will be compatible with Ubuntu Linux. Ubuntu Hardware Compatibility information can […]

  • Canonical Promoting Ubuntu Software Center To Game Developers

    While Valve news about porting Steam on Ubuntu is rather fresh, Canonical hasn’t been quiet about it and tries to make things work even better for any game developers out there who may wish to develop or port a game to Ubuntu Linux.

  • Displaying Hidden Startup Applications on Ubuntu 12.04

    Starting with Ubuntu 12.04 the ‘Startup Applications’ manager now only displays a sub-set of applications to control at startup with the remaining applications being hidden. To make the hidden applications visible in the manager, follow these steps: Open the terminal by pressing (Ctrl + Alt + t) or searching for “Terminal” in the Unity bar. […]

  • How to run Unigine Heaven 3.0 in Ubuntu 64bit

    How to run Unigine Heaven 3.0 in Ubuntu 64bit

    Unigine Heaven 3.0 is the latest version of what is probably the most popular graphics card benchmark series in Linux. Designed to measure your PCs gaming performance, Unigine engine makes extensive use of all the new features in OpenGL including tessellation, compute shaders and multi-threading.

  • UbuntuXtreme: Creating an Ubuntu Gamers and Overclockers community

    UbuntuXtreme: Creating an Ubuntu Gamers and Overclockers community

    With Ubuntu, leading the way to a new market as a gaming platform, we will present news, articles, hardwares, games, overclocking and anything related to “Pushing the Ubuntu Hardware and OS beyond its limits”