compile program

but i think it’s similar to all linux here are the steps: #sudo cp yourprogram /usr/local/src #cd /usr/local/src/yourprogram #sudo ./configure #sudo make #sudo make install if the configure process said error, it is mean the program need other dependencies. use this command to get them #sudo apt-get install yourdependencies or search first #sudo apt-file search […]

setting nvidia monitor in ubuntu

here’s the command i got from jogja-linux forum $sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg then search for nv (means nvidia) then select your resolution. and you can change other stuff too, like you configuring the xorgconfig in slackware. then second way is changing manually the /etc/X11/xorg.conf change the device for monitor “vesa” with “nv” PCI with “PCI:1:0:0” then […]

how to create iso image of xp using bcd program

i found this way in the site of someone named Bart i guess. well thanks to him/her. i got the xp sp2 program from my employee without the bootable program. so here are the steps : 1. BCD installation instructions:Download BCD full package v1.1.1 (523KB).Or update from previous version: BCD update package (v1.1.0-v1.1.1) (5KB).When […]

should add these line into your xorg.conf using nvidia mx4000

i found something else in the net. and i think it’s make my compie run faster when entering the kde. write these into your /etc/X11/xorg.conf into the device sectin Option “AddRGBGLXVisuals” “True” Option “AllowGLXWithComposite” “True” Option “DisableGLXRootClipping” “True” try it