Hot answers tagged games
You can open a TTY by pressing Ctrl+Alt+F1. It'll look like a terminal, just login as usual with your login name and password. Then two options to stop the game: type ps -aef to identify the process id of your game (it should be one of the last entries) and kill it with kill -9 <pid> type pkill <game name> Once the game process is killed, ...
The lag in Tetris is not going to be related to your colour depth, and changing colour depth is not going to make it any faster (and may just make it slower, particularly if you succeed in moving to a palette based colour mode). Presuming that it's a Flash-based app in the browser, it'll have everything to do with Flash support. There are several issues ...
Well, one simple way is : Open Ubuntu Software Center Search for, Extreme Tux Racer Install, by clicking the install button provided. OR 1. Unpack the code tarball: shell$ tar xvfz tuxracer-<version>.tar.gz shell$ cd tuxracer-<version> 2. Configure for your system: shell$ ./configure <configure options> Many people will be able to ...
Extreme Tux Racer is in Official Ubuntu Repository. You can install it without difficult compilations by: sudo apt-get install extremetuxracer
I went to this page and follow all the instructions carefully. Copy and paste the Directory route and it worked. http://www.ugopiemontese.eu/2014/05/31/league-of-legends-ubuntu-14-04/
Unless you have setup separate libraries, Steam on Linux stores all the games in the .local/share/Steam/SteamApps, which is the equivalent of the Windows Steam client's SteamApps folder. So just copy this folder.
You can use the Ubuntu "Desktop" shortcut. Press Ctrl+Super+d on your keyboard.
Settings manager -Additional Drivers -chose latest nvidia or novue driver System -Nvidia Xserver Settings -Check resolutions -Check GPU thermostat -make sure no other onboard gfx processors are running
Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible