In this article you will learn how to get CUDA Cores count on Linux. As a text subject we will get CUDA core count on NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • How to get CUDA Cores count using NVIDIA drivers
  • How to get CUDA Cores count using NVIDIA CUDA toolkit

This article will provide you with a benchmark information on best Ethereum miners on HiveOs for your Nvidia GPU card. For our benchmark we have considered all currently available crypto miners on HiveOS, namely: Ethminer, Bminer, lolminer, Phoenixminer, T-rex, Gminer, Nbminer, Nanominer and TT-miner.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • Best Ethereum Miner based on hash rate speed
  • Best Ethereum Miner based on mining efficiency

This article will provide you with the information on how to overclock your Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card for a best performance and Hashrate/Watt efficiency. We have performed number of tests based on HiveOS popular presets by modifying memory clock and absolute core clock parameters on Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card to determine the fastest hash-rate and most efficient overclocking mining configuration.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • What hashrate (ethash) to expect from your Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 card
  • What Hashrate/Watt efficiency ratio to expect from your Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 card
  • Recommended overclocking settings for best hash rate
  • Recommended overclocking settings for best efficiency

This article will provide you with the information on how to overclock your Nvidia RTX 3080 graphics card for a best performance and Hashrate/Watt efficiency. We have performed number of tests by modifying memory clock and absolute core clock parameters on Nvidia RTX 3080 graphics card to determine the best configuration.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • What hashrate (ethash) to expect from your Nvidia RTX 3080 card
  • What Hashrate/Watt efficiency ratio to expect from your Nvidia RTX 3080 card
  • Recommended overclocking settings for best hash rate
  • Recommended overclocking settings for best efficiency

The ffmpeg software is a free and open source suite of utilities that facilitate audio and video media. On Linux systems, installing ffmpeg gives us access to the ffmpeg command, which can be used to convert audio files to various types, such as wav, mp3, ogg, etc.

In this guide, we will go over the instructions to install ffmpeg on major Linux distros. Then, you'll see various command line examples that can be used to convert between different audio formats. Use the examples below to convert your own files.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • How to install ffmpeg on major Linux distros
  • How to use ffmpeg in audio conversion examples

In this Linux guide you will learn how to install Starcraft 2 on Ubuntu Linux. The Starcraft 2 game has been released free of charge for anyone with registered Battle.net account. Before you proceed with the installation make sure that you have correctly installed an appropriate VGA driver whether it is for your NVIDIA or Radeon graphic card.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • How to install Wine
  • How to install Lutris
  • How to install Battle.net and prerequisites
  • How to download and install Startcraft 2 via Lutris

How to take screenshots using maim on Linux

On Linux there are many utilities we can use to take screenshots. Every complete desktop environment, such as GNOME, KDE or XFCE has its integrated application specifically designed for this task, but many other small desktop-independent programs exist. In this tutorial we talk about a very lightweight and versatile command-line application, maim (make image), and we see what are the many options we can use to modify its behavior.

In this tutorial you will learn:

  • How to install maim on the most used Linux distributions
  • How to take a screenshot of all the screen
  • How to save the screenshot in a specific format (png/jpg)
  • How to select a region of the screen interactively
  • How to take a screenshot of a window by passing its id to maim
  • How to take screenshots with a delay
  • How to use maim in a pipeline
maim

The objective is to install the NVIDIA drivers on Manjaro 21 Linux. This article will discuss two methods of Nvidia driver installation in the following order:
  • Automatic Install using the standard Manjaro Repository.
  • Manual Install using the Official nvidia.com driver.
To install Nvidia driver on other Linux distributions, follow our Nvidia Linux Driver guide.

Phoronix Test Suite is a video graphic card (VGA) benchmark tool for Linux. In the following tutorial we will perform an installation of Phoronix Test Suite on Manjaro 21 Linux from Arch User Repository using command line tools makepkg and pacman .

In this How to install Phoronix Test Suite on Manjaro 21 Linux tutorial you will learn:
  • How to clone the latest Phoronix Test Suite AUR repository.
  • How to Build Phoronix Test Suite package.
  • How to install Phoronix Test Suite AUR package.

If you manage more than one computer, you may have wanted, at one point or another, a “remote keyboard,” a “remote mouse,” and a “remote screen” for that far-away computer, even if it is just up or down the stairs in your house.

VNC (Virtual network computing) can help here. Think about it as your screen, a keyboard, and a mouse at a remote workstation, controlled via the network and quite usable in terms of speed, even on somewhat slower connections.

A VNC setup usually consists of two or more computers, where the computers which need to be remotely controlled run a server (the VNC server) and the clients which need to connect to it (with the possibility to do so simultaneously in many cases) running a client (the VNC client(s)).

In this tutorial, you will learn:

  • A list of the most prominent VNC utilities available for Linux
  • Which VNC server/client utility we like the best

In this article we will be perform an installation of the NVIDIA Driver on AlmaLinux. Nvidia driver is needed by your NVIDIA Graphics GPU to function with better performance. To do this we are first going to identify your NVIDIA graphic card, download an appropriate NVIDIA driver , disable the default nouveau driver by modifying the GRUB boot menu and finally install a official NVIDIA driver.

To install Nvidia driver on other Linux distributions, follow our Nvidia Linux Driver guide.

Nowadays we are surrounded by devices able to read digital audio, and there are many services such as Spotify which allow to stream content legally. However if you like to buy music on physical support (compact disc), you may want to extract the audio tracks so they can be used on your smartphone or favorite device, or just for backup purposes. There are man tools on Linux which can be used to accomplish such task, but in the vast majority of cases they are just frontend to cdparanoia. In this tutorial we will learn how to use this tool.

In this tutorial you will learn:

  • How to install cdparanoia on the most used Linux distributions
  • How to retrieve drive information
  • How to rip all the audio tracks from a compact disc
  • How to rip specific tracks and/or a specific segment of a track
  • How to pipe the output of cdparanoia to tools like flac or lame to compress the audio tracks
How to rip an audio CD from the command line using cdparanoia
How to rip an audio CD from the command line using cdparanoia

Nowadays a lot of video sharing platforms exist online. Some are really popular, like Youtube , and others are a little more “obscure”. Different types of content can be found on these platforms, but is not always possible to download them via the native web interface. In this tutorial we will see how to use a small command line utility: youtube-dl. This command line utility is able to download said videos for us using a very simple syntax. The following tutorial aims to demonstrate the capabilities of the program, however it should be used only where appropriate, in order to respect copyright laws.

In this tutorial you will learn:

  • How to install youtube-dl
  • How to download videos using youtube-dl
  • How to list the available formats for a video
  • How to download a specific format
  • How to stream a video directly to a media player
  • How to save downloaded files using template patterns
  • How to specify options into the youtube-dl configuration file
How to download online videos from the command line using Youtube-dl
How to download online videos from the command line using Youtube-dl

Cmus is a fantastic ncurses-based music player written in C. It can be used on all Unix-based operating systems, and so also on Linux. It has a series of very nice features like gapless playback, and supports a variety of file formats; among the others: Ogg Vorbis, MP3, FLAC, Opus, Musepack, WavPack, WAV, AAC, and MP4. It also support adding features via extensions. In this tutorial we will learn its basic usage.

In this tutorial you will learn:

  • How to install cmus on the most used Linux distributions
  • How to add songs to the library
  • How to reproduce a song, and the various reproduction modes
  • How to add and remove songs from the queue
  • How to create,rename,delete,import and export a playlist
  • How to add and remove songs from a playlist

Mozilla Firefox is a really popular browser to use on Linux systems, with many or most distros even including it as the default web browser. It even edges out Chrome and Chromium, at least in the Linux world.

Some Linux distributions, like Kali or Debian include a different version of Firefox, called Firefox ESR (Extended Support Release).

In this guide, we'll be comparing Firefox to Firefox ESR. This will include a look into why some distros come with ESR instead of the normal version of the browser, and also what the pros and cons are of both browsers.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • What is Firefox ESR?
  • Why do some distros use Firefox ESR?
  • How to download Firefox ESR

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