This guide is based on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, but the same principles apply in newer versions of Ubuntu. Let’s begin. 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. […]
Just a few days ago, Unity 8 became available for Ubuntu 13.10. However, it is just an Alpha release and it’s not coming to the ‘stable city’ until Ubuntu 14.xx release. Now, I am putting those ‘xx’ because it’s not clear if Canonical aim to launch their 14.04 LTS along with a hell-of-a-buggy desktop-environment like […]
First off you need to install VLC. Go to videolan.org and follow the instructions there. Why VLC? Because it’s one of the best media players out there. Seriously, it finds the proper video/audio codec automatically and it plays even broken or incomplete video files.
Truth be told, Intel HD Graphics series is not for gaming purposes, especially when AMD provides a better solution for their Llano CPUs. However, all this seems to change (a little bit) when Intel Haswell CPUs hit the market’s shelf. The new Intel embedded-GPU codename: Iris
According to NVIDIA there is a major vulnerability in their UNIX/Linux driver that every Linux user should be aware of. Especially now, that most of us play Steam games using proprietary drivers, this is quite dangerous and you should pay attention. Thankfully, this vulnerability was identified by NVIDIA, thus there are no known reports of […]
If you consider yourself a penetration tester or security expert then you are already aware of BackTrack Linux, a distro well known for its pen-test purpose. Today, Kali Linux replaces BackTrack as it is the new generation of the industry leading penetration testing and security auditing Linux distribution. Instead of building upon Ubuntu (BackTrack), Kali […]