$ sudo apt-get install openteacher espeak- See more at: http://www.unixmen.com/openteacher-improve-foreign-language-vocabulary-skills/#sthash.NWWmp7IC.dpuf
Friday, September 13, 2013
Thursday, September 12, 2013
Sunday, September 30, 2012
Why copper? The answer is simple; it improves heat conduction and offers better cooling efficiency than the other common metals, such as aluminum or nickel. Furthermore, there is a tendency nowadays to use exotic shaped and bulky sized GPU coolers with several heatpipes; they quickly conduct heat from the chip’s surface to protect it from overheating during stressful situations. Personally, I prefer the watercooling solutions in combination with little ramsinks rather than buying a huge cooler limiting my case size and probably harming my tower’s airflow (and maybe its overall ambient temp).
In case you monitor your card’s temperature and notice that it exceeds 85 Celsius (under load – playing a game or running a stressful 3D application) then you have problem. Before it’s too late, you need to provide a sufficient cooling mechanism to your hardware, in order to operate under normal conditions. But if you think that your cooler is sufficient enough, then please try to replace the thermal paste. All GPUs are coming with low quality pre-applied TIM (thermal interface material), and this is what we are going to replace in the next paragraph.
Final step is to place back the plastic body and fasten any clips that holds it on top of the card.
Okay, now you ‘re ready to test your little achievement. Plug your GPU back to your motherboard and start playing a game in order to put your graphics card under stressing situation. Simultaneously, please monitor your GPU temperatures (using lm-sensors) and after a couple of hours of gaming, see the log files. Normally, there will be a delta temp of -5 Celsius than before.
However, if you GPU is still hot then you need to check the fan. Many Linux drivers are not able to operate successfully the cycle fan duty, thus PWM technique fails. The best thing here is to try both available drivers for your GPU model, meaning open-source and proprietary version. In worst case scenario, you need to manually setup thermal thresholds and fix your cycle duty. For example, a rule would be: “if GPU temp exceeds 70C then put its fan at 80% RPM”. Try different combinations and see what works best for you. For example, trying 100% cycle duty is very loud and noise, so do not overestimate, because you will end up with a headache.
InstallingPiwik is PHP MySQL software which you download and install on your own webserver. This way you are given full control of your data, unlike remote-hosted services. The installation is simple and quick to do.
To install Piwik you simply download the latest release, unzip and upload the contents to the desired location on your web server using your FTP client. After the uploading is done you can open your web browser and navigate to the location that you uploaded Piwik. This will display the welcome screen and the installation can now begin.
Configuration OptionsYou can configure the Piwik in many ways to bring it to what serves you the best way. This can be done by adding custom plugins, fully customize your Dashboard and drag and drop widgets you want to display, configure Piwik to send you mail reports, enter custom variables, add and manage multiple accounts, configure Piwik to monitor unlimited number of websites, exclude IPs and so much more…
Try PiwikPiwik is 100% free software that can worthily replace any commercial solution. It is powerful, comprehensive, informative and easy to use. No matter how pleased you are with what you are currently using, you should give Piwik a try. After all, even if you don’t care about open or closed source ideology stuff, it would be useful to have 2 different monitoring tools and see if they agree.
Sunday, December 18, 2011
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
Go to a Linux shell and login as the system administrator root:
- Extract the downloaded archive file to /opt:
tar xvfz xampp-linux-1.7.3a.tar.gz -C /opt
To start XAMPP simply call this command:
You should now see something like this on your screen:
Starting XAMPP 1.7.3a...
LAMPP: Starting Apache...
LAMPP: Starting MySQL...
Ready. Apache and MySQL are running.
Just type in the following URL at your favourite web browser:
http://localhost or http://127.0.0.1