sábado, 6 de septiembre de 2008
Fortunately nvidia provides you with an easy way to do it, and this way you make sure you always have the latest one, without having to hunt for the driver at Nvidia's site (which means a LOT! Nvidia's site browsability really sucks).
Just type the command
$ sudo nvidia-installer --update
and it will do all the work.
Some time ago, I needed some "reminder" (computer science does cooks brains :-S ) I made a simple script to :
if [ $# -eq 2 ]; then
while [ 1 ]; do
xmessage -nearmouse "$2"
echo "uso: $0 #minutos MENSAJE"
I did for simple tasks like "remember to call your ISP who told you Call me back in x minutes... ", which I almost always ended up forgetting.
Today I found this fantastic gnome applet (BTW it's on Ubuntu's repository):
http://www.flickr.com/photos/7982697@N0 … 37/detail/
Now I just have to remember why I was looking for an applet like this :)